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    American blue and white-collar employees are some of the hardest workers in the world. Billion dollar businesses would collapse overnight without them. Yet, time and again, businesses take advantage of their employees and refuse to fairly compensate them.

    Here are some of the common ways that businesses fail to pay fair wages to their employees:

    • A business might force its employees to clock out early and keep working so that the business can avoid paying overtime wages.
    • A business might misclassify certain employees as “overtime exempt” so they aren’t eligible to receive overtime pay.
    • A business might fail to pay commissions or bonuses that an employee justifiably earned by meeting production or sales quotas.
    • A business might misclassify employees as “independent contractors” in an attempt to avoid paying Social Security, Medicare, or federal unemployment insurance taxes.
    • A business might have a “use it or lose it” paid time off (PTO) policy whereby employees lose vacation days if they don’t use them. Or, the business might refuse to pay out all unused accrued PTO when it terminates an employee.

    Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers, LLC Can Help

    If your employer has failed to pay you the wages that you earned, or it is retaliating against you for complaining about unpaid earned wages, we urge you to contact Allen & Scofield Injury Lawyers, LLC. Our attorneys have successfully fought for the rights of American workers for over three 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 us today at (404) 419-6674, or reach out through our online contact form to schedule a free, initial evaluation of your case.

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