Drew N. Herrmann

“I approach every case with an underdog mentality, which drives me to do whatever it takes to get the best outcome possible for my clients. I take pride in being a vigorous advocate for my clients.”

Drew N. Herrmann

Drew N. Herrmann, Attorney

As a young country boy in Southwestern, Kansas, Drew Herrmann learned the value of an honest day’s work, instilled upon by his family’s farm, and hard-working father. At the ripe age of 12, Drew’s life would be changed, when his father tragically passed away in a plane crash. Here is where most would find excuses to live an unfulfilled life.

However, Drew worked the farm as a teenager before attending Kansas State University. As a blue collar working class family, values of work ethic, and proper compensation fueled Drew’s passion for helping those who were voiceless. Since 4 years old, Drew worked the farm, and from 12-18 grew the roots of the man he knew he wanted to become, someone for the people. Without his family’s support in his time of need at the tender age of 12, life would be much different to say the least.

Now as an adult, giving strength and a real voice to the underdog, those in need, is built into the fabric of Drew Herrmann’s DNA, his life experience. His commitment to excellence was exemplified by graduating magna cum laude, with a B.S. in finance, then acceptance into Texas A&M University School of Law, J.D., where he was once again magna cum laude. The ability to choose a path, and commit to it fully enabled Drew to transform from a young boy, into a man, where advisaries know him as Mr. Herrmann, Attorney, aka, “Pay Check Collector” for his uncanny ability to represent workers and win. The growing firm holds employers accountable and seeks full retribution for their transgressions.

Mr. Herrmann regularly represents employees in state and federal courts across Texas in cases ranging from unpaid wage lawsuits, overtime lawsuits, lawsuits concerning salary-exempt status, lawsuits concerning the payment of tips, tip pools and gratuities, discrimination lawsuits, sexual harassment lawsuits, wrongful termination lawsuits, retaliation lawsuits, breach of contract lawsuits, and other workplace lawsuits.

*Not Board Certified

Experience and Highlights

  • Routinely represents employees in wage & hour lawsuits in state and federal courts for claims involving unpaid overtime, minimum wage violations, salary-exempt status, tipped employee issues, unpaid commissions, unpaid gratuities, off-the-clock claims, unpaid wage issues, and various other disputes involving employee's pay.
  • Routinely represents employees in employment disputes, including discrimination cases, sexual harassment cases,retaliation cases, breach of contract, and other employment disputes.
  • Provides advice to a very select group of multi-million dollar corporations on general legal matters, including Fair Labor Standards Act Compliance.