What Will It Cost to Hire a Wage and Hour Lawyer?

 

In most employment cases, you don't pay fees unless -- and until -- you win.

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If your employer (or former employer) already owes you unpaid wages, overtime, pay for breaks you had to work through, or other compensation you never received, you may be wondering whether you can afford to hire a lawyer to help you get your money back. The good news is that employment lawyers representing employees usually charge their clients on a contingency fee basis. This means the lawyer gets paid only if you win, out of the money you receive as a settlement or award. 

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Jurisdictional relevance: US

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