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Wage and Salary Disputes

Our attorneys defend your rights

Employees in West Virginia deserve to be paid for the hours they work. That’s why wage and salary disputes can be so frustrating. In many cases, hard-working people are denied the compensation promised to them by their employers.

Some people think there’s nothing they can do in such situations. But the reality is employees can – and should – demand the money they deserve under West Virginia’s employment laws. That’s why it’s critical that you talk to an attorney right away.

Our experienced West Virginia salary and wage dispute attorneys at Klie Law Offices can explain all the legal options available to you. We can then offer our advice and work with you to resolve your situation in a timely, effective manner.

Common disputes

Wage and salary disputes can cover a wide range. Some of the most common disputes we deal with at our law firm include:

  • Not paying employees minimum wage
  • Not paying previously agreed hourly wage
  • Not paying overtime rate for extra hours
  • Unpaid overtime
  • Unpaid wages
  • Unpaid holiday pay
  • Unpaid sick pay
  • Not paying employee final paycheck upon separation

Whatever type of dispute you have, make sure you take strong legal action right away to protect your rights. Make sure you contact us.

Why choose us

If your company refuses to pay you the money you deserve for work you performed, you can expect that they will likely do everything they can to avoid paying you the money you earned. That’s why you need our legal team in your corner, fighting for you.

We know how to take on companies and hold them accountable for their actions. Sometimes, the best approach involves negotiating directly with your company. Other times, the only way to resolve such situations is to file a lawsuit on your behalf and to take your company to court.

Remember, you earned the money your company is refusing to pay you. Fight back. Contact our law firm and schedule a free case evaluation today. We know how to make things right.