You Should Be Paid What You Are Owed

You devote your time and energy to your career in exchange for financial compensation and other benefits. When you are not paid what you are owed, not paid on time or denied overtime, there is a problem. There may also be a claim for a labor law violation that could result in financial compensation for the damages you have suffered.

At Jeffries, Kube, Forrest & Monteleone Co. L.P.A. in Cleveland, we represent Ohio workers in wage and hour disputes involving violated labor laws, overtime disputes and other employment matters. We are skilled at efficiently resolving claims in this complex area of employment law and focus our efforts on maximizing compensation for workers who have been wronged by their employees.

Is Your Employer Paying You Fairly?

If you are an hourly employee, the law is very clear. You must be paid for every hour you work. No exceptions. No working off the clock. No working during your unpaid lunch break, and no working more than 40 hours in a week without receiving overtime pay.

There are some differences in the law pertaining to independent contractors but, in general, if you are experiencing any of the issues listed above, it is worth seeking the advice of our experienced employment lawyers to make sure you are getting a fair shake from your employer.

Are You Wrongly Classified As An Independent Contractor?

Is your employer holding you to the same expectations as hourly employees without providing you with the corresponding benefits package? This is illegal, as employers must maintain some separations between the roles of employees and independent contractors in the workplace.

Get A Consultation To Learn If You Have A Claim

Wage and hour laws can be complicated, but it will cost you nothing to find out if you have a viable claim. Contact Jeffries, Kube, Forrest & Monteleone Co. L.P.A. today for a free consultation with a knowledgeable employment law attorney from our firm. Call us at 216-592-8364 or send us an email.

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