Wage & Hour Claims Lawyers in Las Vegas Fighting for Workers’ Rights
Hold companies accountable for failing to pay employees a fair wage
Did you employer fail to pay you for hours you worked? Did your company try to pay you less than what they agreed to pay you? Were you paid less than the minimum wage in Nevada? Were you wrongfully terminated or a victim of retaliation for complaining about not being paid? Take a stand against such illegal activity. Contact Paul Padda Law, a no-nonsense, hard-working Las Vegas employment law firm dedicated to fighting for the rights of workers throughout Nevada.
We are ready and eager to take on your case against your employer. We know how to handle these cases because our law firm was founded by two former Nevada federal prosecutors. We have years of experience building cases against companies that failed to pay employees the wage they were legally obligated to do so. Now, you can put our knowledge and resources to work for you. If necessary, we can even help you file a lawsuit against your company if we think that’s the best way to resolve your case.
A look at employment laws in United States and in Nevada
Laws exist in Nevada and the United States requiring companies to pay employees a minimum wage of $8.25 per hour. Beyond that, many companies have agreements with employees promising to pay them a certain amount or employ them for a certain number of hours each week. When companies fail to follow these rules, they need to be held accountable for their actions.
Remember, you didn’t do anything wrong. Don’t allow your company to make you feel guilty by asking them to follow the law. And remember, your case is about more than just money. It’s about justice and holding companies responsible for their actions.
Wage and hour claims cases can be confusing if you are trying to get justice on your own. There are so many factors to consider beyond finding out if your company failed to pay you the agreed-upon wage.
- Was this the first time it did this?
- Did the company do this to its other employees?
- Did your employer single you out because of your gender or race?
- Questions often lead to more questions.
That’s why you need straight answers from Las Vegas law firm Paul Padda Law. We can help you cut through the red tape and uncover the truth.