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Should I file to the department of labor, as in myself directly? Or shall I hire an attorney first, and will the attorney do it for me? (Lawyer proceed my claim with the dept of labor directly) I understand that lawyers/attorneys need to make their money. BUT, put simply my question is if my claim is legit, with strong evidence of wages owed etc.(Also, if I have other former coworkers/employees that are willing to come forward..)Wouldn't I/we save money going to the dept of labor myself and maybe any rewards all goin to employees instead? And wouldn't it be the SAME THING as in lawyer or I doing it..? What's the difference please? Also, I think most lawyers charge contingency fee as in 30%+? What is average contingency and what is considered too high percentage contigency fee?