South Carolina Wage, Hour, and Overtime Employment Attorneys
The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley, LLC is a law firm that represents employees in employment disputes across the nation. More specifically, the firm typically represents employees in unpaid wage and overtime cases. The firm litigates individual and class action lawsuits under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley can be contacted directly at (314) 645-4100 or by email at Kevin@dolleylaw.com. Please do not hesitate to contact our firm with any questions or concerns.
South Carolina Overtime Law
The FLSA protects employees throughout the United States from unfair compensation from employers. South Carolina employers are required to comply with the FLSA. Employers must compensate non-exempt employees the federal minimum wage. Also, under the FLSA, employers must compensate their non-exempt employees time and a half their regular rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 per week. The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley regularly reviews possible overtime claims under the FLSA. If you have questions as to whether or not your employment falls into the category of a non-exempt employee, contact our attorneys directly.
The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley assesses potential overtime claims under the FLSA nationwide, including in Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Rock Hill, Greenville, Summerville, Sumter, Hilton Head Island, and Florence, South Carolina.
Our firm is currently investigating potential overtime violations including:
- Travel Time
- Unpaid Bonuses
- Unpaid Commission
- Nights and Weekend work
- Independent Contractors
- Short Changing Hours
- State and Local Governments
- Nurses and LPNs
- Warehouse industry
- Construction Workers
- Insurance Claims
Contact a Nationwide Employment Attorney
The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley can be reached by telephone at (314) 645-4100 or by email at Kevin@dolleylaw.com. Our attorneys are available for and questions or concerns regarding a possible unpaid overtime or minimum wage claim.