You have a legal right to recover your unpaid wages!
Litigation attorney David Hannum has some quick advice about how you can get paid. There are time limits, though, on recovering unpaid wages. Find out if you have a claim. Call 303-688-0944 to schedule a free case assessment.
Sometimes I get calls from clients who tell me that their employer hasn’t paid them their full amount of wages. Usually, it’s the form of unpaid overtime. It could also mean they weren’t paid vacation at the time that they ended their employment relationship. Sometimes, they just didn’t get a paycheck at all after they did a certain amount of work.
Fortunately, in Colorado, there is a solution to these problems.
The Colorado Wage Act provides that employers must pay employees. Employers who don’t pay employees could be subject to some harsh penalties.
Some penalties may include being forced to pay 125% of what was owed and/or be forced to pay the attorney’s fees that it caused in collecting that amount.
However, the Colorado Wage Act has some traps employees should be cautious of.
There’s a lot of notice requirements and a lot of very harsh time restrictions that are imposed by the Wage Act.
If you are one of those folks that haven’t been paid your full amount by your employer, you should not delay in seeking help.
You could be subject to some of those harsh time restrictions and not get your full amount of pay under the Colorado Wage Act.
I invite you to give me a call if your employer hasn’t paid you the full amount that you’re owed.
Give Us a Call Today to Collect Your Wages!
You can give us a call at 303-688-0944 to schedule a free case assessment.