California Unpaid Wage Lawyers

You put your time in and do your job, expecting proper pay. What do you do when you are not given it? It’s frustrating to not be paid what you are owed. Our California unpaid wage lawyers are here to help.

California Unpaid Wage Lawyers

You put your time in and do your job, expecting proper pay. What do you do when you are not given it? It’s frustrating to not be paid what you are owed. Our California unpaid wage lawyers are here to help.

California Unpaid Wage Lawyers

You put your time in and do your job, expecting proper pay. What do you do when you are not given it? It’s frustrating to not be paid what you are owed. Our California unpaid wage lawyers are here to help.

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Enjoy The Rest Of Your Life

We don’t just care about employee law. We care about you.

Are you worried that you’re not being treated the way you deserve at your job?

It can be terrible being treated unfairly at work. It doesn’t have to be that way. We know how to fix this problem. We have helped thousands of people.

We want to help you.

California Unpaid Wage Lawyers

You put your time in and do your job, expecting proper pay. What do you do when you are not given it? It’s frustrating to not be paid what you are owed. Our California unpaid wage lawyers are here to help.

Do I Have an Unpaid Wage Claim?

The number one way to ensure you have a claim is to talk to a California unpaid wage lawyer. They will be able to advise you on that concern.

In the meantime, the following should give you a basic understanding of what you can file a claim for. You can file a claim if your employer:

  • violated minimum wages;
  • violated overtime wages;
  • violated breaks;
  • didn’t pay your vacation time;
  • didn’t give you your tips or commission; or,
  • took away deductions without good reason.

All of these things violate your rights as an employee. You need to know that being treated like this is not normal. It is not tolerated. We can fight this.

How Do I File? 

When you file an unpaid wage claim, you need to have a few documents ready to hand over to the California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement. This will make the process smoother.

You need the following:

  1. Time records
  2. Paystubs
  3. Bounced checks
  4. Notice to Employee

Your time records are any entries you may have made in your notes or a calendar that shows the hours you have worked for the company.

Include your pay stubs to show how much money you brought in during the particular the period we are investigating.

Any bounced checks you have will show that your employer did not provide you enough money to fund something that you likely had thought you’d be able to pay for with the money you expected to be bringing in.

Lastly, keep a copy of a Notice to Employee that you received when you were hired. It will show all the legal information about your employer that we will need for investigation.

This should all be attached to your claim. Your employer will also be asked for these documents from their records. Any other documents you have, such as a contract, should be included.

Call Our California Unpaid Wage Lawyers

You don’t have to put up with not getting the pay you are entitled to. We want to fight for your rights. Call our California unpaid wage lawyers today for justice. We know how to defend your claim.

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