Can an electrician file a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit?

Can an electrician file a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit?

Yes, an electrician can file a class action unpaid overtime lawsuit. These claims are typically filed by the entire group and provide each employee with more strength in numbers to fight against a large business and their high paid legal team. An employee can also join an existing class action lawsuit if it has already been filed for unpaid overtime pay.

There have been numerous FLSA class action lawsuits filed to insure electricians are paid what they are owed. The FLSA exemptions do not apply to electricians who perform plumbing work with their hands, physical skill and energy.  As a result, electricians are eligible to receive federal mandated minimum and overtime wage benefits.

If you believe you have been wrongfully denied overtime pay and looking to file an electrician class action unpaid overtime lawsuit, call our top rated law firm today at (855) 754-2795.  We have significant experience in handling these types of claims and getting maximum settlement for all those involved.  We also offer a No Win No Fee Promise, which means there are no costs or fees until we win or settle your claim.  Call now for a free, no obligation case evaluation.

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