Minimum Wage, Wage and Hour

Orlando Wage and Hour Attorney Helps Employees Across Central Florida

The wage & hour, and minimum lawyers at LaBar Adams in Orlando have helped many employees recover monetary damages from unscrupulous employers, helping right the injustice suffered by many at the hands of such employers. Our employment attorneys practice law by insuring to all our able-bodied working men and woman a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.

Employee overtime (forty or more hours in a workweek), wage and hour, and minimum wage is protected by the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and as the Department of Labor has stated “almost every employee in the United States is covered by the FLSA.” The Florida Minimum Wage Act also ensures that employees in Florida receive minimum wage.

If you more than  forty (40) hours in a given work week while employed by your prior employer, you may be entitled to recover money damages. You may be entitled to money damages even if you were:

  • A salaried employee
  • A commissioned employee
  • A categorized as an “independent contractor.”

Some common industries where overtime violations may occur are: construction, manufacturing, retail, food and beverage, restaurants, agriculture, service based industries, and skills or trade industries (pest control, plumbers, lawn techs, cable installers, etc.). Some common overtime violations occur when an employee is paid commissions, piece meal, day rates, production, bonuses, tips, or other forms of remuneration other than an hourly wage.

If you have performed work for your employer without receiving minimum wage, you may be entitled to recover money damages. Some common industries where minimum wage violations occur are:

  • Servers
  • Waitresses/waiters
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail
  • Food and beverage
  • Restaurants
  • Agriculture
  • Service based industries
  • Skills or trade industries (pest control, plumbers, lawn techs, cable installers, etc.)

Some common minimum wage violations occur when an employee is paid commissions, piece meal, day rates, production, bonuses, tips, or other forms of remuneration other than an hourly wage.

Contact Our Minimum Wage, Wage and Hour Disputes Attorney in Orlando

Our Orlando wage and hour lawyers have helped hundreds of employees recover their unpaid overtime, unpaid minimum wage, and unpaid wages. If you need a lawyer to help you obtain your unpaid overtime or unpaid wages, please call us at 407-835-8968 or fill out or online form for a free consultation.