Unpaid Wage & Hour Claims in Midland, TX
Unfairly Compensated? Contact a Midland Employment Lawyer
In accordance with the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, employees are
entitled to receive at least the federal minimum wage for every hour worked,
requiring employers to adhere to strict pay standards. Unfortunately,
many employers still continue to swindle their employees out of their
hard-earned wages via unethical and illegal means. If you have not been
paid all of the money that you have rightfully earned, the experienced
lawyers at Moore & Associates can help you file an unpaid wage claim
and protect your rights in a court of law.
nearly 15 years of dedicated experience, our Midland employment law attorneys are equipped with extensive legal
knowledge that can be used to give you the edge against the opposition
and maximize your chances of recovering the compensation you deserve.
We have defended hundreds of workers throughout our firm’s successful
existence, and we are eager to use our skills to help you in your time of need.
Take the first step towards top-notch representation by requesting a free consultation
Reasons to File an Unpaid Wage Claim
There are a variety of ways that an employer may try to cheat their employees
out of their wages. Miscalculating hours, “forgetting” to
process paychecks, and forcing employees to work through their breaks
are just some of the ways that companies commonly take advantage of their
workers. These practices are all illegal and must not be tolerated.
You may be eligible to file a claim if your employer does any of the following:
- Paying under minimum wage
- Altering timesheets
- Withholding too much pay
- Forcing employees to work “off the clock”
- Underpaying tipped employees
Providing Superb Employment Law Advocacy Since 2001
If you have a reason to believe that your employer is not paying you all
of your entitled wages, a Midland employment lawyer from Moore & Associates
is ready to protect your interests and fight to secure a fair settlement
on your behalf. We understand your frustration, and we are prepared to
make every effort we can to ensure that your employer is held accountable
for their unethical practices. To explore your legal options and discuss
your case with a seasoned attorney,
contact us online
or call our office today at (713) 581-9001.