“Hi. I am Allen Vaught, an attorney with the law firm of Baron & Budd. I know that you want to take care of your family just as I want to take care of mine. That’s why I am committed to fighting hard to make sure you are paid every dime you are owed for your hard work.
Having represented workers who were wronged for over a decade, served in the U.S. Army in Iraq (where I was awarded the Purple Heart), and in the Texas Legislature, you can probably tell that I am committed to my service to help others.
I care about our country’s hard-working people and I want to personally speak to you if believe that you have not been paid fairly for the work you have done. Sadly, in these tough economic times some employers are taking advantage of their employees who, desperate to provide for their families, chose not to “rock the boat” and ask for the overtime pay they have earned.
Many times, employees are due overtime pay and do not even know it, so please call me to learn more about your rights.
I want to talk to you or your spouse.
Call my direct line at 1-866-495-1255. If I don’t pick up, I promise to call you back within 24 hours.”
If you think your rights may have been violated, call us at 1-866-495-1255 or FILL OUT OUR SURVEY for a complimentary case evaluation.
What can you do if your employer is violating the law and underpaying you?
Educate yourself. Check out these ten common violations of FLSA law. If you believe your employer may be violating the law and not paying you what you may be owed, even if you are paid a salary, please fill out our survey or call us at 1-866-495-1255 for a free evaluation of your potential claim. We are working with co-counsel to help compensate workers for any back pay they may deserve.
Could your job be affected? Click here for a list of jobs with common overtime violations.
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Your job security is of our utmost concern and we will not do anything that jeopardizes your ability to earn an income. Additionally, you should know that federal law prohibits an employer from retaliating against an employee for seeking overtime or other wages they are due under the Fair Labor Standards Act.