Ensuring That You Are Paid For Your Work in Los Angeles

Many California employers do not know the law when it comes to issues like payment and overtime andcommissions. If your employer is not paying you all of the compensation you are entitled to, you have the right to file a claim against your employer. You may also be entitled to attorney fees and other damages.

The Employment Lawyers Group offers a consultation to discuss your case and your options. In Southern California, we have offices in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles and Oxnard.

The following pages provide more information about unpaid wages claims for nonexempt* employees. The information on these pages may not be applicable if you are public employee or a union member. Wage and hour laws are very complicated and there are many exceptions. This is why we strongly advise you to consult with a lawyer who actively handles these types of cases. These pages are not to be construed as providing legal advice.

  • Working off the clock
  • Failure to pay minimum wage
  • Failure to pay prevailing wage
  • Unpaid overtime or double time
  • Meal and rest breaks
  • Unpaid commissions
  • Not paid for your work

Protection for workers: It is illegal for your employer to fire you or punish you for filing an unpaid wage claim.

Contact a Los Angeles Employment Lawyer

To schedule a consultation with a California unpaid wages attorney, call 1-877-525-0700 toll free. We handle cases on a contingency fee basis with no upfront costs. Se habla EspaƱol.

*You are strongly advised to consult an attorney about what nonexempt means.