How Can You Fight For Your Rightful Wages?

When you do your job, you rightfully expect to receive the money you earned. Unfortunately, California employees may find they do not receive fair wages, even after they have already completed their work. If you believe you are the victim of unpaid wages or unfair labor practices, you have the right to fight back.At RSnyder Law Firm, PC, our attorneys strive to protect the rights of all types of Orange County employees. We are experienced in various types of Employment Law cases, and we know how to preserve your interests in matters pertaining to wage and hour laws. When you turn to our team, we will employ our experience and resources for your benefit.

Seeking The Money You Deserve, Protecting Your Rights

There are various ways your employer could violate wage and hour laws. In fact, you may be unsure if you are a victim of Employment Law violations, but we can evaluate your case and determine the appropriate course of action for you. Some ways that your employer could infringe on your rights to fair wages and money you already earned include the following:

  • Failing to pay minimum wage
  • Not paying you for overtime or required off-the-clock work
  • Deducting too much for wages paid with goods
  • Taking too much from your pay for tips
  • Refusing to pay you for all the hours you worked

In many cases, workers are entitled to benefits as part of their contracted terms of employment. If your employer unfairly takes benefits away or does other things that violate the benefits and pay to which you have a rightful claim, we can help.

We can help you recover back pay. If it is necessary to do so, we will seek rightful compensation for you through a civil claim. We will fight back against unfair wage practices by seeking what your employer owes you, as well as damage for emotional and financial duress.

Discuss Your Case With An Experienced Lawyer Today

Our lawyers are committed to your success and the full protection of your rights as an employee. We are ready to discuss your case with you — the help you need is a phone call away. Call us at (949) 484-0175 or contact our office online to learn how you can schedule a case evaluation in Costa Mesa.