Do you need to file a wage or overtime lawsuit against your employer? Learn the laws that apply.

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If your employer has withheld wages or denied overtime pay you are more than likely dealing with an unscrupulous employer and you need to know your rights. You may be owed money from your employer and are afraid to do anything about it for fear of getting fired. If you need answers to your questions employment lawyers Galvin Kennedy and David Hodges have an entire website dedicated to educating employees about their rights under the federal wage laws. We know how the system works and will be able to answer your employment law questions and calm your fears.Texas employers are obligated under law to pay employees and it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee who is requesting overtime pay or fair wages. Employers can be fined for criminal and civil penalties if they are found guilty of this crime. Our law firm has helped hundreds of employees get what was rightfully owed without any action taken against them. If your employer is withholding your pay, call our experienced Houston trial attorneys at the Law Offices of Kennedy Hodges at (888) 449-2068 to start a free case review.

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