Do you have a wage and hour claim against your employer? If your employer has not paid you the full minimum wage, has not paid you overtime you earned, has not paid you for every hour worked, or has illegally kept your tips (among other things), you may have a legal claim for wage theft.
To find out the most common wage and hour disputes -- and how to enforce your rights to be paid fairly and on time -- in your state, select it from the list below.
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Your rights when an employer garnishes your wages depend on federal and possibly state law.
If you have a wage and hour case, an employment attorney can help in many ways.
In most employment cases, you don't pay fees unless -- and until -- you win.