Every day, workers across the country are deprived by their employers of wages they rightfully earned. This is especially common among contract workers. Corporations often deny their contractors overtime wages. There are even cases where companies refuse to pay contractors for activities such as driving from job site to job site, working from home, and being on-call.
Some other examples of situations in which an employer might deny an employee the wages they rightfully earned include:
If your employer ever refuses to pay you your hard-earned wages, contact a labor and employment attorney at Hodges & Foty, LLP. We will work alongside you to recover the wages to which you are entitled. We have fought on behalf of our clients against some of the nation’s largest corporations in unpaid wage cases. Our lawyers have helped their clients secure millions of dollars in settlements over the years.
No matter what industry you work in, you can feel confident there is an employment attorney from Hodges & Foty, LLP to fight for you. As one of the top law firms in Texas, we have represented clients in a range of industries, including:
Companies deprive workers of billions of dollars by telling their workers that they are independent contractors, exempt from overtime, and not entitled to be paid for certain activities – such as doing work at home, being on-call, driving from job site to job site, and other activities.
Workers can lose money in the form of hard earned wages when companies fail to comply with the law. If you have questions about the way you are paid, we will provide a free case review to make sure you’re receiving the pay to which you are eligible.
We Challenge the Largest Corporations
The attorneys at Hodges & Foty, LLP represent large groups of workers across the country against some of the biggest and richest corporations in the U.S. We take pride in helping workers receive the pay that they are rightfully entitled. We have represented workers in nearly every major industry, including the following:
• Nurses, healthcare workers, and technical workers
• Oil and gas workers, field workers, and field service technicians
• Call center or customer service employees
• Banking employees, including loan and mortgage officers
• Real estate appraisers
• Prison and security guards
• Retail store employees
• Computer and IT employees
• Waiters, waitresses and other tipped employees
• Construction workers
• Accounting personnel
• Secretaries, payroll clerks, and general admin personnel
• Independent contractors