don't let your boss keep it.
Employers don't always play by the rules. Across the United States, employees in industries as different as agriculture, sales and technical support are regularly deceived, lied to and cheated out of wages and overtime pay that are due to them.
Why? Sometimes it happens out of ignorance of the law. More frequently, it is due to greed. Bad employers know they have power over their employees, and they use it against them.
Briggle & Polan, PLLC, stands on the side of employees across the country whose employment rights have been violated. Using the power of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the firm fights vigorously for bankers, loan officers, mortgage brokers, cable installers, computer/IT professionals, field service technicians and many other employees, in both individual and class action lawsuits.
Led by attorney Hayden Briggle and Parker Polan, the firm's lawyers have won multimillion-dollar and six-figure jury verdicts and settlements on litigation cases. They have a proven record of success in recovering money, getting justice and restoring dignity for their clients.
The firm represents clients in these and other employment situations:
For more information about the firm's services, please read the Practice Areas overview page.
Unpaid Wages or Overtime? The Employment Lawyers at Briggle & Polan, PLLC, Can Help You.
During a free, initial consultation in person or by phone, a lawyer can evaluate your claim and review whether you have unpaid wages or overtime for which an individual or class action lawsuit should be filed. To discuss your situation confidentially with an experienced Bryan, TX unpaid overtime attorney, contact the firm online or call toll free 866-247-HELP.
We return client calls promptly. We work diligently, often seven days a week, to move cases forward so a fair result can be achieved as quickly as possible. If the insurance company is not willing to settle your claim fairly, we are fully prepared to take your case to trial.
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