Helping You Separate Fact from Fiction
Are you confused about overtime pay laws? Over the years, tremendous progress
has been made on worker and labor rights. Legislation like the federal
Fair Labor Standards Act helps protect the life and livelihood of the
employee, but consistently enforcing the federal regulations still remain
a struggle. If you believe that your employer has failed to meet minimum
federal standards for your overtime wages, hire the services of Jackson
Allen & Williams, LLP.
Our Fort Worth overtime attorneys are standing by for a
Get A Better Understanding of Federal Overtime Law
To learn more about the legal services offered by Jackson Allen & Williams,
LLP, consider the following pages:
The Fair Labor Standards Act lists numerous exemptions to overtime pay
qualifications, but these exemptions are often overstated and wrongly applied.
Wage and hour claims: You are entitled to file a wage and hour claim if your employer has failed
to fully compensate you for your overtime work.
Types of workers we represent:
Unpaid overtime is a common problem that affects people of all industries.
Overtime & salary:
One of the least understood components of overtime law is its relationship
to salaried employees. Despite misconceptions, most salaried employees
are in fact owed the same amount of overtime pay as those earning an hourly wage.
Unpaid wages: There are lots of factors that can lead to unpaid overtime wages. In
some cases, you may be able to recover up to two years' worth of lost wages.
Fair Labor Standards Act: This federal act mandates that all overtime hours in excess of 40 hours
a week be paid at time and a half.
If you feel that the overtime wages owed to you have been wrongfully withheld,
call Jackson Allen & Williams, LLP immediately for a free consultation!