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Unpaid Overtime Attorneys Fighting for Workers in Pennsylvania

When overtime-eligible employees work over 40 hours in a workweek, they must be paid time and a half for the additional hours. However, employers often fail to pay overtime wages to their deserving employees, resulting in a violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). If you’re a Pennsylvania worker whose employer did not pay the overtime wages you deserve, you can exercise your right to bring a claim against them by contacting an experienced wage and hour lawyer.

Bohrer Brady, LLC, an unpaid overtime employment law firm that represents employees throughout Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, as well as across the United States, who haven’t been paid what they deserve. Call or contact our experienced firm today to discuss your unpaid overtime claim in a free, confidential consultation.


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Pennsylvania Wage and Hour Laws

Both Pennsylvania and federal laws protect workers’ rights to overtime pay and provide the opportunity to hold employers accountable. A variety of issues may arise in wage and hour laws and claims that experienced attorneys must handle. For instance, employers often don’t include additional compensation such as commissions, bonuses, incentives, or COVID premium pay when calculating overtime.

Additionally, employers attempt to avoid paying their Pennsylvania workers overtime by instead paying a day or piece rate, misclassifying employees as independent contractors, telling workers they’re exempt from overtime, or making them work off-the-clock. These actions are in direct violation of the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Pennsylvania state law, and employers must be held accountable. Our unpaid overtime attorneys serving Pennsylvania workers will fight to obtain the pay you deserve.

The wage and hour lawyers at Bohrer Brady, LLC have handled numerous unpaid overtime claims in Pennsylvania and can help you, too. If you want to fight for your right to the compensation you deserve, look no further than Bohrer Brady, LLC.

Exempt and Non-Exempt Employment Status in Pennsylvania

An employee’s exempt or non-exempt status determines their eligibility for overtime pay. The determination is primarily based on a worker’s job responsibilities, as well as how they’re paid. Certain considerations include whether employees perform administrative or supervisory duties and whether they’re paid on an hourly or salaried basis.

Common exempt positions include:

  • Executive
  • Administrative
  • Professional
  • Outside salespeople
  • Computer-related workers

Even if some of your job duties fall under the exempt category, you may still have an unpaid overtime claim. Status can’t be determined purely based on job title. Our unpaid overtime attorneys serving Pennsylvania workers can assess your case and help you understand your exemption status and qualifications for overtime pay.

How Our Unpaid Wages Lawyers Can Help

The wage and hour attorneys at Bohrer Brady, LLC possess over five decades of combined experience representing employees in unpaid overtime disputes, and we’ll fight to ensure you receive the pay you’ve earned. You may have grounds for legal action against your employer if you believe they have committed the following:

  • Not paid you overtime
  • Violated the FLSA
  • Not included all your pay when calculating overtime
  • Violated Pennsylvania wage and hour laws

With one of our experienced employment law attorneys on your side, you can rest easy knowing that your claim will be thoroughly investigated and you’ll have the best possible case developed to prove your right to overtime pay and back wages. To discuss the specifics of your claim, contact Bohrer Brady, LLC, for a free, confidential consultation.

Our experienced attorneys may be able to help you recover compensation for:

  • Unpaid overtime wages
  • Liquidated or double damages
  • Legal costs and attorney fees

Additionally, you may be able to file a collective action lawsuit in Pennsylvania on behalf of your coworkers if they’re also experiencing the same situation. Our unpaid overtime attorneys can provide you with the representation and legal guidance required for any workplace disputes.

Contact Our Unpaid Overtime Attorneys Serving Pennsylvania Workers

Contact the unpaid overtime lawyers of Bohrer Brady, LLC as soon as possible if you believe your employer has violated the FLSA. Our experienced wage and hour attorneys are committed to fighting for workers in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States in their unpaid overtime claims. Call us to see if you may be eligible for overtime pay. We have the knowledge and experience to help you fight for your rights. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation.