Florida Fair Labor Lawyers
Employees are entitled to receive fair compensation for their work. When they don't receive fair payment, lawsuits often follow.
If you are concerned that you are not being paid the proper overtime, or if you have another wage and hour dispute, our firm can help. At Damore, Delgado, Romanik & Rawlins, we take the time to examine the details of your situation to determine the best possible resolution to the matter. We are aggressive representatives for our clients' rights, and we will stand up to any employer that is failing to pay their employees in accordance with all state and federal wage and hour laws.
If you seek a lawyer who offers compassionate and aggressive representation for your employment law case, contact our office right away. We believe in our clients and strive to reach their goals.
Our attorneys and staff understand the importance of providing solid representation for our clients. As experienced litigation attorneys, we are not afraid to take your case to court. We are admitted to practice in all Florida state courts, including the Florida Supreme Court — we can handle your case from its infancy to its final resolution.
Wage And Hour Law · Immigrant Fair Labor Pay
Too often, immigrants in the United States work for minimum wage (or less) and are not compensated for their hard work. Our immigration attorneys represent clients who do not receive fair labor pay under wage and hour laws. We will help ensure everyone receives the pay promised to them in contracts or other agreements.
If you have a payment dispute, contact our wage and hour law attorneys today. Our staff is willing to handle your case at any time, 7 days a week. We are there for you. We will fight for your rights.
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