Atlanta, Georgia Attorneys for Overtime and Minimum Wage Violations Nationwide
The wages you earned
The attorneys of Billips & Benjamin, LLP based in Atlanta, Georgia, concentrate their practice on minimum wage and overtime pay violations throughout the United States. We offer our services to you, the hard-working people from all walks of life who keep this nation going, day in and day out.
You are entitled to the wages you have earned. You are protected by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) when it comes to getting overtime and the minimum wages that federal law guarantees you must be paid.
The wages you deserve
There are occasions where an employer seeks to take advantage of its employees by not paying them what the law requires. It is also true that employers may make legitimate mistakes because they do not understand the law.
However, whether withholding wages is deliberate or a mistake, an employee deserves to be paid what the law requires, whether the employer fully understands the law or not.
If you choose to sue
Billips & Benjamin is devoted to getting you what you deserve. And, if you choose to sue an employer who has willfully broken the law or claims ignorance of the law, we devote all our energies to getting you the most generous settlement or verdict possible.
Representing clients citywide—statewide— nationwide
Billips & Benjamin aggressively represents working people in the city of Atlanta, throughout Georgia, and across the United States. Our lawyers have obtained millions of dollars in settlements for our clients.
Free telephone consultation
If you seek advice on overtime and minimum wage violations, call us. You will be treated with the greatest respect and courtesy.
We offer this initial telephone consultation absolutely FREE. We answer your questions, evaluate your situation, and advise you on the best course of action. An attorney can tell you if your case needs legal representation, how we can help you to get the money you deserve, and if you can sue your employer for additional compensation.