Don’t Let Your Employer Deprive You Of Fair Pay
California employers are required to comply with requirements that govern the minimum wage, payment of overtime wages, meal and rest periods, and accurate wage statements. Employers who fail to comply with these legal requirements are subject to actions by their employees for money damages, interest and statutory penalties. Such legal requirements under the California Labor Code are very clear and lend themselves to effective enforcement on behalf of aggrieved employees.
At Romero Law, APC, we will help you translate these legal protections into actual results. We will analyze situation and research your case thoroughly, in order to craft a legal strategy tailored to your unique needs. As experienced litigators, we do not back down from a fight. We take the cases that other law firms won’t, because our successful record shows we can win cases that other law firms wouldn’t.
Experienced Support For A Wide Range Of Wage And Hour Violations
Employers can be surprisingly creative in the ways that they attempt nickel and dime their employees out of fair and legal wages, so it takes a creative and skilled attorney to spot the violation and put a stop to it through litigation.
Some of the most common issues our clients face include:
- Unpaid overtime and other overtime violations
- Inadequate rest breaks
- Sub-minimum wage
- Improper employee classification, such as claiming that an employee is a contractor when they are actually a full-time employee
We have represented employees in many industries; we have particular experience providing legal services for restaurant workers, construction workers, auto repair workers and home health aides.
Get Wage And Hour Information At A Free Consultation
Some of the laws regulating wages and hours for workers are intuitive, but many are complex. To learn more about how you can use federal law and California law to hold your employer accountable, the first step is to meet with a lawyer for a free initial consultation.
To learn more about our services, the first step is to schedule a free initial consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you don’t pay anything until and unless we win your case.
Our bilingual law firm offers services in both English and Spanish. Se habla español.