California law protects employees from unlawful wage theft. You are entitled to be compensated for every minute that you perform work for your employer. If you have not been fairly compensated, you may be entitled to compensation. You need to speak with a California unpaid wages attorney as soon as possible to determine your legal options.
At Sani Law, we provide focused representation for employees who are facing wage and hour law disputes. Our lawyers are dedicated to ensuring workers throughout Pasadena and the surrounding areas are fairly compensated for their work. Whether you were not paid overtime or were required to work off-the-clock, we can help. Contact our office today at (310) 935-0405 to schedule a free consultation.
Types of Wage & Hour Law Disputes We Handle
Our California unpaid wages attorneys handle a variety of hour and wage legal disputes on behalf of employees in and around Pasadena. We will help you understand your rights and fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
Sani Law, APC can assist you with cases involving:
- Unpaid Minimum Wage
- Unpaid Overtime Wage
- Salary Misclassification
- Meal Breaks & Rest Breaks
- Off-The-Clock Work
- Commission Pay
- Bonus Pay
- Expense Reimbursements
California protects employees from having to work without fair compensation. Workers have a number of rights including the right to meal and rest breaks as well as expense reimbursements. When a company fails to pay an employee what they are owed, they must be held accountable.
Determining If You Have an Unpaid Wages Claim
In order to determine whether you have a valid claim for unpaid wages, you need to speak to an attorney. An attorney can conduct a comprehensive review of your case to help decide whether you can pursue legal action against your employer.
If you believe that your employer violated your rights, you need to:
- Obtain a copy of your time records or time sheets
- Keep track of your pay stubs
- Secure any notes about the hours that you worked
- See if there is documentation showing when you entered and left the office
- Bring a copy of any bounced checks
- Find your employment agreement or employee handbook if you have one
- Speak with an unpaid wages attorney in California
It is important to remember that you may only have a limited amount of time to file a claim based on unpaid wages. You need to act fast to ensure that your employer is held liable for their wrongful conduct and that you receive the compensation you are entitled to under state law.
Contact Our Office to Learn More
If you believe that your employer violated wage or hour law, contact our office today at (310) 935-0405 to schedule a free consultation. We are focused on finding real solutions for our clients and will not rest until justice is served. You should not have to settle for less than you deserve.
California provides numerous protections for employees and demands that they are paid fairly. Do not let your company deprive you of your rights. Call our office today to speak directly with a member of our legal team.