Has your employer failed to pay you the wages you are owed under federal or state law? You may be able to recover your unpaid wages by filing a lawsuit or a claim with the U.S. Department of Labor or Maryland's Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.
There are many reasons to file a claim to pursue unpaid wages. Our Maryland unpaid overtime lawyers can review your situation to determine all your options. Schedule a free, no obligation legal consultation today.
There are several scenarios that would give you cause to sue your employer for unpaid wages. These reasons to sue include:
Suing for unpaid wages may allow you to recover various types of wages, including:
When suing for unpaid wages, the court may award you the unpaid wages as well as liquidated damages if they find your employer violated state or federal overtime or minimum wage laws. Liquidated wages are equal to double the amount of wages you are owed. You may also be able to recover compensation for attorney fees.
You will need strong evidence to support your claim of unpaid wages. Types of evidence used in unpaid wage claims include:
Working with a Maryland unpaid wages attorney is to your benefit when pursuing a lawsuit against your employer. An experienced unpaid wages lawyer is well-versed on the wage laws that apply to your case. Your lawyer will also be able to help you collect the evidence needed to build a strong case against your employer.
If your employer has failed to pay the wages owed to you by law, the Maryland unpaid overtime attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter T. Nicholl will help you pursue the compensation you are owed. We will review your case and inform you of the legal options available for pursuing payment of your unpaid wages.
Schedule a free, no obligation consultation today with our experienced legal team. When you work with our firm, there are no upfront fees and we only get paid if we are successful in recovering compensation for you.
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