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Bitton & Associates takes on big companies and big firms to protect the interests and fight for the rights of individuals, their families and businesses.

WAGE BATTLE!

Does your employer owe you wages or commissions you have earned? Have you been short paid for your hard work? Are you owed overtime and double time pay? Let Bitton & Associates get you the money you earned.

 

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    Are You Being Treated Fairly At Work?

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    SERVICES

    If your employer makes you use your car or cellphone for your work, or if you are required to buy supplies, uniforms, tools, pay for parking and spend money for the benefit of your employer, you should be getting reimbursed – If you’re not reimbursed, you may have a case.

    Your employer and its executives, supervisors, and employees may not discriminate against you or harass you based on your race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.  If they do, you may have a case.

    You should get paid for all the time you work.  Employers regularly do not pay for all hours worked, do not pay overtime when they should, pay improper salaries to avoid overtime, and do not properly pay commissions, bonuses, spiffs, and tips.  If you think this is happening to you, you may have a case.

    Your employer and its executives, supervisors, and employees may not discriminate against you or harass you based on your race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.  If they do, you may have a case.

    There are times when employees need to take a leave of absence from work.  This may be because of a pregnancy, an illness, the need to care for loved one, or it may be for military service, jury duty, or due to a disability.  When such a need arises the law affords employment protection in certain circumstances.  If your employer is not working with you, or retaliates against you due to your need for such a leave, you may have a case.

    Are you working for home after work.  Are you on call.  Do you take care of administrative tasks or review and respond to e-mails after work from home?  If so, you may be entitled to additional compensation.  Also, does your employer pay you like an independent contractor but treat you like an employee.  If so, you may have a case.

    Practice Areas

    Discrimination & Disability Harassment

    Individual and Class Action

    Individual and Class Action

    Business Law

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