The Blackman Law Firm

Lawyers Who Will Fight To Your Full And Fair Payment

Underpaid or unpaid wages are a stressful and frustrating experience for any employee. Employers may claim they are not required to pay for rest breaks or overtime, even though this is not true for many employees. If you have unpaid or underpaid wages, the lawyers at The Blackman Law Firm will aggressively pursue your fair compensation.

Our employment law attorneys have nearly 20 years of experience and a commitment to protecting our clients’ rights. Our Santa Ana office represents clients in North Los Angeles, San Diego, and across Southern California. We are not afraid to take on large businesses and have a long record of wage claim success.

The Many Forms Of Unpaid Wages

State and federal law makes many employees eligible for overtime, paid leave and minimum wage. Even with these legal requirements, many companies choose to disregard these laws and not pay their employees their fair wages. Our attorney can review your unique situation and determine if you are able to sue your employer.

Here are just a few ways your employer can fail to pay you:

  • Underpaid or unpaid overtime
  • Misclassification of an employee as an independent contractor
  • Missed payments for meal and/or rest breaks
  • Underpayment of minimum wage
  • Missed vacation pay or holiday pay
  • Unpaid bonuses or commission

You may also have a wage claim if you were terminated from your job but unpaid for your final wages. Employers must either pay your final wages in person or send the final payment to a designated address. We will fight for you if your employer is withholding your final payments for time worked.

Talk To About Your Wage And Hour Dispute In A Free Consultation

We can review your case details for free and tell you if we can help. We are Spanish speakers who work to get the best possible outcome for our clients. 

Call 800-836-4231 or fill out the contact form to schedule your free consultation. Se Habla Español.

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