Atlanta Wage Theft Lawyers

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    American blue and white-collar employees are the hardest workers in the world. Businesses would collapse overnight without them. Unfortunately, employers steal billions from workers’ paychecks each year. If you’re a wage theft victim, you need to contact an Atlanta wage theft lawyer.

    Our Atlanta employment dispute lawyers can help you end you win justice. We’ll also help you recover your earned wages. We also specialize in litigating class action lawsuits on behalf of groups of employees.

    Call Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers today at (404) 419-6674. Also, you may fill-out our online contact form to schedule a free case review with an Atlanta wage theft lawyer.

    Common Wage Theft Schemes

    Here are some of the common ways that businesses steal from their employees:

    • Overtime violations. Some employers force their employees to clock out early, but keep working.
    • Employee misclassifications. Some employers label their employees “overtime exempt” even though they’re non-exempt. Others misclassify their employees as “independent contractors” so that they don’t have to pay benefits.
    • Some employers withhold commissions or bonuses that an employee justifiably earned.
    • Other employers have a “use it or lose it” paid time off (PTO) policy whereby employees lose vacation days if they don’t use them. Others refuse to pay out unused accrued PTO when they terminate an employee.

    Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers Can Help

    If your employer has stolen wages from you, we urge you to contact Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers, LLC. Our Atlanta wage theft lawyers have successfully fought for the rights of American workers for decades. We can help you recover the compensation that you deserve, including:

    • Your unpaid wages
    • Liquidated damages (a.k.a. “double damages”) equivalent to two-times your unpaid wages
    • Compensatory damages (generally, they are not available, but they have been awarded in a few cases)
    • Punitive damages (some courts allow them)
    • Attorneys’ fees and costs

    Call Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers today at (404) 419-6674. Also, you may fill-out our online contact form to schedule a free case review with an Atlanta wage theft lawyer.

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