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Helping You Fight For The Paycheck You Deserve

In California, wage-hour issues arise from an employer’s nonpayment, delayed payment or underpayment of the minimum wage and overtime, failure to provide meal and rest breaks, and failure to reimburse expenses.

As long as there are employers who pay workers as little as possible, and extend few if any benefits, there will be violations of wage-hour and overtime law. These employers, intent on increasing profit margins, improperly classify employees as “exempt” — paying them a salary so that minimum wage, overtime and breaks can be avoided.

However, you have employment law rights that deserve to be protected, starting today. Simply contact the Law Office of Jeffrey D. Fulton in Sacramento to get started.

With more than 15 years of experience aggressively resolving a broad range of employment law concerns, attorney Jeffrey D. Fulton has achieved favorable outcomes in numerous disputes. He is well-equipped to represent you in any case involving overtime, unpaid meal time, rest breaks, severance pay and more. As your lawyer, he will vigorously pursue justice for you.

How To Know If You May Have A Valid Case

Has your employer failed to abide by wage-hour law, paid you less than you are owed and failed to make good on overtime pay commitments? Have you noticed a repeated failure to furnish you with accurate wage statements?

Do you suspect that your “exempt” or “nonexempt” status as an employee has been intentionally misstated? Is your technology employer misusing the exemption for “highly skilled computer professionals”?

Our law firm knows how to get to the facts of an aggrieved, underpaid worker’s complaints about inconsistent compensation and unlawful denial of break time. Contact us to discuss your legal issues, confidentially and in detail. Call 916-993-4900 today.

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