Employer Not Paying You The Federal Minimum Wage?

Since July 2009, the federal minimum wage for nonexempt (hourly) workers has been $7.25 per hour. Any hours worked over 40 hours per week at a minimum wage must be paid a 50 percent hourly premium, or $10.87 per hour. Employers failing to comply with the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) may be subject to legal action, including a fine and covering the attorneys' fees of workers suing for overtime wages they are owed.

Minimum Wage Claims For Workers In Southeast Texas Workers Since 1992

If you are not receiving the minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, or feel your employer has wrongly classified you as exempt status (salaried) in order to avoid paying minimum wage, you have the right to sue for back pay and other monetary damages. Discuss your case with an attorney at Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., in Houston.

We have been protecting the rights of workers in the Greater Houston metropolitan area and Southeast Texas for more than 23 years. Our practice is focused entirely on employment law.

We are dedicated to preserving your right to fair pay for fair work. We have provided quality, experienced representation for numerous Texas workers who were paid less than the lawful minimum wage.

We Don't Let Employers Balance Their Books On Their Workers' Backs

Employment law is all we do. Our lawyers understand state and federal wage and hour laws, and we understand the common strategies employers use when trying to avoid paying:

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Contact our offices in Houston to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced employment law attorneys. Call us at 832-699-1988 or toll free at 877-497-0328, or reach us by email with a brief explanation of your circumstances.