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Wage and Hour Claims

Southern California Wage and Hour Claim Attorneys

Fair employment is the law in California. If your employer failed to pay you for required overtime work, expected you to work during meal breaks, or withheld commissions or bonuses, you may be entitled to compensation.

Since 1925, the lawyers at the law firm of Spray, Gould & Bowers LLP, have fought to protect clients throughout Orange County and surrounding areas. We offer our clients compassionate and sophisticated employment law representation. We have a comprehensive understanding of the California Labor Code and can provide you with knowledgeable and skilled legal representation. If you have a wage or hour issue with your employer, we urge you to contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation with a Southern California wage and hour claim attorney as soon as you can.

Wage and Hour Claims

The lawyers at our law firm have represented hundreds clients with complex wage and hour claims, such as:

  • Off-the-clock wage violations: Commonly, employees are expected to accomplish more work in less time. With high demands, hourly employees are often forced to work overtime in order to meet their deadlines, while not getting compensated for their work.
  • Employee misclassifications: Intentionally or unintentionally, employers often misclassify contractors, non-exempt or exempt employees. The job duties someone performs — not their title — determines their employee classification and whether or not they should be compensated for overtime work.
  • Meal and rest breaks: Employers can be held responsible for prohibiting employees from taking appropriate meal and rest breaks.
  • Withholding bonuses or commissions: If bonuses or commissions are a part of someone's compensation, their employer can be held accountable for withholding these payments. Many employers illegally hold back bonuses and commissions if an employee leaves.

Each employment law attorney at our firm has an extensive background representing clients with other wage and hour law violations including illegal tip-sharing schemes, uniform deductions, dual-rate payment plans and final paycheck violations. We are committed to obtaining as much compensation as possible for our clients.

Consult with an Employment Lawyer about Your Case

Our law firm accepts cases on a contingency basis, so you will owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you.

If you are the victim of an overtime dispute or another wage and hour law violation in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, or Riverside, it is important to contact our offices in Tustin, California, today for a free case evaluation and, in many instances, a free initial consultation with a Southern California wage and hour claim lawyer.

Contact a Southern California wage and hour claim attorney at the firm today.

  • Dedication & Experience

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