Unpaid Wages, Coronavirus, and
Employment Attorney in Miami
Many people work more than 40 hours a week. Our Firm assists workers to recover the overtime wages they earned but did not receive, plus penalties and attorneys’ fees, under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Coronavirus / Covid-19
The FairLaw Firm is familiar with the struggles that the coronavirus pandemic has caused, the impact on jobs and wages, and the laws enacted in response. We are here to help with your employment law needs and remain current on the available laws that can be used to help you.
The FairLaw Firm represents employees who were not paid the minimum wages to which they are legally entitled, under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Florida Minimum Wage Act, or both.
The FairLaw Firm assists employees in negotiating documents - whether they be employment agreements or severance packages involving both private and public employers - and is responsive to your concerns in reaching an agreement without resorting to litigation.
The FairLaw Firm helps tipped employees – servers, waiters, waitresses, bartenders, and bussers – who were cheated out of minimum wages they should have earned, overtime they earned, and tips that were improperly distributed or pooled.
The FairLaw Firm represents workers who have been discriminated against because of their race, religion, nationality, origin, gender, pregnancy, family status, sexual preference, and other protected categories of people.
The FairLaw Firm represents employees who were paid as independent contractors when they should have been paid as and received the same benefits and treatments as employees, such as minimum wages, overtime, and tax treatment.
The FairLaw Firm represents workers who were retaliated against for bringing a workers’ compensation claim, minimum wage or overtime claim, or for being a whistleblower.
The FairLaw Firm has been successful in representing municipal employees, including city officials, police officers, members of the police command staff, and others in employment disputes against various counties, cities, and municipalities in South Florida.
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About The Fairlaw Firm
My name is Brian Pollack I'm the attorney here at the Fair Law Firm. I founded and manage the firm. I've been a practicing attorney since 1999. Here at the Fair Law Firm we handle employment law claims. In particular we focus our practice on representing employees and minimum wage and overtime clients. I meet with everyone of my clients at the beginning of their case and we talk about how my office keeps you informed of the status of your case as it progresses through the system and at the end of the case whether you want to go ahead and settle the case or whether you want to take the case to trial. Here at the Fair Law Firm we offer free consultations. After that we handle most of our cases on a contingency which means you pay no fees or costs until you recover money. If you feel like you worked overtime but didn't get paid time and a half. That you didn't get paid at least the minimum wage. You weren't receiving all the tips that you earned. If you've been discriminated against or retaliated against, please contact my office so that my team and I can help you. We look forward to helping you and are here to answer any questions you have. The Fair Law FIrm - Brian H. Pollack - 7300 N. Kendall Drive Suite 450 Miami, FL 33156 - 305-230-4884 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.fairlawattorney.com
Conveniently located in Miami, the FairLaw Firm focuses on representing people who are owed overtime wages, minimum wages, tips, commissions, and hourly wages they earned. Our bilingual staff is both friendly and knowledgeable and will give you the personalized attention you are seeking. We will meet with you at no cost and update you on your case so that you can make the important decisions about whether you want to settle, when, and for how much. We will, of course, provide you our recommendations personalized to your situation. The FairLaw Firm handles most of these overtime, minimum wage, wage and hour, and other unpaid/underpaid wage cases on contingency, so our clients pay no fees or costs unless they recover money.
The FairLaw Firm strives to provide each client with efficient and effective representation to achieve a successful and realistic outcome.