Top Glenwood Wage & Hour Lawyers - North Carolina

  • For 13 years, Daniels Law Firm has been serving clients in the greater Asheville, North Carolina, metro area. The professional staff at our civil litigation and general practice firm will labor tirelessly to serve your needs – working with you every step of the way through your case. When you hire Daniels Law Firm, you're hiring a candid staff that brings a wealth of experience to your case....

  • Efficient, effective, aggressive: The attorneys at The Noble Law Firm are staunch advocates of employees in North Carolina who have suffered wrongdoing in the workplace. With locations in Charlotte, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, they serve clients across the state in matters that range from sexual harassment and discrimination to employment law contracts and disputed wages. Their goal is two-fold: to...

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    Attorney Philip J. Gibbons Jr. is the founder of Gibbons Legal Group, P.C. Our Indiana law firm represents employees in employment law matters and assists those seeking Social Security Disability benefits who live and work in the Indianapolis area. Look no further than our firm for dependable, personalized legal service if you face a legal issue related to any of the following:...

  • LEADERS IN ASBESTOS LITIGATION   Wallace & Graham, P.A. is a plaintiff's litigation firm in Salisbury, North Carolina representing people throughout the United States. A primary focus of our practice is representing victims of mesothelioma, asbestosis and asbestos-related lung cancer. With almost 40 years of combined experience in this field, partners Mona Lisa Wallace and Bill Graham...

  • At the Greensboro law firm of Garrett, Walker, Aycoth, and Olson, clients throughout North Carolina find trustworthy legal counsel and trial-tested advocacy. Whether you have complex asset-division concerns in your divorce, you were injured by someone else's negligence, you are facing criminal charges or you are interested in forming a corporation, we are proud to provide the comprehensive...

Need help with a Wage & Hour issue?

You've come to the right place. If you are involved in an employment dispute involving wage & hour law including overtime pay or minimum wage issues a wage & hour attorney may be able to help.

Wage & hour lawyers can help identify improper record-keeping or misclassification of employees issues which could be keeping you from earning the compensation you are due.

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  • Determine the seriousness of complaints/issues which could range from late bar fees to more serious issues requiring disciplinary action.