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New York Unpaid Overtime Lawyers

If your employer is withholding overtime pay, Hach & Rose, LLP can help you file a claim to recover these wages. Unfortunately, many employers in the New York area will attempt to save money by illegally denying their employees wages they have earned for overtime work. While this is definitively illegal, proving these cases can be complicated and require the assistance of a lawyer who knows how to hold your employer accountable.

When you come to Hach & Rose, LLP with your unpaid overtime claim, you’ll benefit from more than 100 years of combined experience and success. We will pursue your claim aggressively against any opposition, using the full strength of New York law to recover your well-earned pay.

While overtime laws differ depending on the nature of your employment, a violation is a violation, and we will use all our skills and knowledge to ensure this wrong is made right.

If you or someone you know has been denied their overtime pay in New York, it’s time to bring your claim to Hach & Rose, LLP, where we can provide you the best legal assistance to recover your lost wages. Contact us at (212) 779-0057 today to discuss the specifics of your case.

Proving Unpaid Overtime Often Requires a Lawyer’s Help

Overtime law in New York can be complicated. Whether or not you are owed overtime will vary depending on whether you are an exempt worker, when your work week officially starts, whether you have received bonuses or commissions, and other factors.

In order to navigate these laws and stand up to sometimes very large and powerful New York businesses, you’ll need a lawyer with knowledge of and experience with New York overtime claims.

A lawyer can help you gather the necessary evidence to prove your case and put together the strongest arguments against those who have been withholding money that is rightfully yours.

Entrust Your Unpaid Overtime Claim to One of New York’s Most Successful Firms

At Hach & Rose, LLP, you’ll find lawyers with long careers full of huge successes. Our firm has won more than $250,000,000 for our clients, and we’ve done so by providing committed legal assistance that includes an extensive understanding of New York labor laws, a firm grasp of effective legal strategies, and the ability to make assertive legal arguments.

Our firm takes its cues from our partners Michael A. Rose and Gregory Hach, both of whom are highly awarded, prestigious lawyers who stand out even in the competitive New York City legal world. Both partners are Super Lawyers and lifetime members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

When you bring your unpaid overtime claim to Hach & Rose, LLP, you know you’ll be working with one of New York’s best law firms. Our team knows how to prove you’ve been wronged by your employer, and we know how to fight to make sure you recover every last cent you’ve been denied.

Ways Businesses Deny Overtime Pay to Employees

In New York, some employees are exempt from overtime pay, but this designation is not along the lines most employees assume. For instances, just because you get a salary doesn’t mean you are unable to receive overtime pay.

The lack of understanding around overtime is one of the ways employers exploit their employees to get more work than they pay for out of them. Some of the most common violations include:

  • Making employees work off the clock: A business may attempt to make employees work before clocking in, work through breaks, or work after they have clocked out. These off-the-clock demands are illegal in New York, and you can pursue compensation for all work you’ve done without pay.
  • Misclassifying employees as exempt from overtime: Some workers are exempt from earning overtime, but that has less to do with how you are paid (salary vs. hourly wages) and more to do with the type of work you do. Management, executives, and specialists are often exempt. However, businesses will sometimes exploit uncertainty in this area to deny overtime pay. Businesses might provide a title that suggests certain responsibilities that aren’t present, or exaggerate some of your job requirements to avoid overtime pay. If you are unsure whether you should be classified as exempt, Hach & Rose, LLP can find out.
  • Withholding wages: Sometimes overtime pay violations are as simple as businesses refusing to pay what is owed.
  • Miscalculating overtime: Sometimes, overtime violations are genuine accidents on the part of your employer. You may still need a lawyer to help you prove the error in these cases.

Regardless of the circumstances around your unpaid overtime, if you have been denied money you’ve earned, we will fight to get that money returned to you.

Don’t Let Your Employer Take Advantage of Your for One More Minute

You should never settle for one cent less than what you’ve earned through your work. If you or someone you know in the New York area has been denied overtime pay, you can get that money back. Contact Hach & Rose, LLP, and we’ll put one of New York’s best workers’ rights attorneys on your side to make sure you get what is owed. Contact us at (212) 779-0057 to discuss your case in detail.

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