Wage And Hour Claims
Helping Employees Recover The Wages They Have Earned
Paying Employees for the work they do is a simple concept. In California, hourly Employees are entitled to time-and-a-half for working more than eight hours in a day or 40 hours in a week. Unfortunately, many businesses go to great lengths to avoid having to pay their workers for the time they work. We filed the first California Wage and Hour Class Action lawsuit for unpaid overtime compensation over 35 years ago. Thousands of similar Wage and Hour Class Actions have been filed after our ground breaking litigation. Still other Employers fail to pay Employees minimum wage, force Employees to work off the clock, or fail to provide lunch and rest breaks, vacation time, sick time or other benefits required under law.
If you haven’t been paid the wages you are owed, you don’t have to be alone. With us on your side, you can give yourself the best chance of recovering the wages you have earned. At Anticouni & Ricotta, our attorneys take on every kind of Wage and Hour Claim for working men and women across the Central Coast and throughout California.
Trailblazers In Wage And Hour Litigation
Our law firm filed the first Wage and Hour Class Action in California more than 35 years ago. Since then, we have recovered more than $175,000,000.00* for Employees across California. With our history of success, we can confidently represent you and any other individuals who are facing Wage and Hour issues.
We invite you to review our Wage and Hour Class Actions page to see a list of our successful outcomes in these types of cases.
Wage and Hour Claims are often heard before the California Labor Commissioner. Our lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of our clients before this government agency, as well as in negotiations. You can be confident in our ability to analyze the evidence in your case and help you recover all unpaid wages you have been denied.
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*This does not guarantee, warranty or predict the outcome of any particular case.