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Wage and Hour Claims

No one goes to work and assumes they will not get paid. Unfortunately, wage and hour violations happen more often than you think. At Eldessouky Law in Anaheim, Orange County we want to help. You have rights — let us protect your interests. Anaheim, Orange County Wage and Hour Attorney Mr. Eldessouky represents employees who have been victims of wage theft, and other wage and hour violations. Located in Anaheim, our Wage and Hour lawyers represent clients throughout Southern California in all types of employment law claims.

Types Of Wage And Hour Violations

In California, overtime law requires non-exempt employees to be paid time-and-a-half for any hours worked over eight hours in a day and when working any hours over 40 hours in a given workweek.

Not paying employees overtime is just one of the many types of employment law violations. Wage and hour violations include:

  • Misclassification of non-exempt and contract employees
  • Failure to pay overtime wages
  • Failure to pay minimum wages
  • Failure to pay wages, making employees work off-the-clock
  • Failure to allow proper meal or rest breaks

These violations are serious and can add up to significant income loss over time. Our Anaheim Wage And Hour Violations law firm understands the state and federal overtime and wage laws. Our Anaheim Wage And Hour Violations Attorneys can help you file a wage claim to recover unpaid wages in Anaheim, Orange County.

Take Action To Get The Compensation You Deserve

You have legal rights to be paid fairly and for all hours worked. You work hard — and you deserve to be compensated for your work. Our Wage and Hour lawyer in Anaheim, Orange County can help you file a claim and guide you through the legal process.

You do not have to wait for things to get better. You can take action now to protect your rights and get the income you deserve. Call Wage and Hour lawyer in Anaheim, Orange County at 714-409-8991 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case evaluation. We also offer legal services in Spanish and Arabic.

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