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Who is entitled to overtime?
Can I be eligible for overtime if my employer classifies me as an “independent contractor” instead of as an employee?
My former employer refuses to give me my final paycheck. Can they do this?
Should I file a case against my employer now or should I wait until after I have quit?
Can I be fired for making a wage claim against my employer?
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Danialle Riggins, Esq

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Ocala's Employment Law Firm

The Riggins Law Firm, P.A., wants you to be informed about your rights. Attorney Danialle Riggins will zealously represent you to protect your rights.  I handle Employment law cases, Bankruptcy, Landlord/Tenant, and Family law cases.  

If...

you have been denied your overtime wages or discriminated/harassed at work you have rights which could prevent this.  (employment law...)

you have creditors contacting you, house in foreclosure and looking for option.  (Bankruptcy...)

you have an issue with a tenant or the landlord changed the lock and wants to evict you.  (Landlord/Tenant law...)

Separated but want a divorce? Child cusotdy issues, child support claims, questions about time-sharing. (Family law...)

I have handled hundreds of cases. Let me help you. Out of town? No problem. Danialle Riggins, Esq. has many clients who live in other cities or states who need represtnation in Florida. In some cases, you would not have to travel back to Florida to pursue your case.

Contact Danialle Riggins, Esq. today at 1-352-433-2400 or submit your inquiry online. Or email us a driggins@rigginslawfirm.com. We are on call most nights, holidays and weekends too for a free consultation.

 

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Employment Law

Bankruptcy

Landlord/Tenant Law

Family Law

 

Atty. Riggins, Esq

421 South Pine Avenue
Ocala, FL 34474
Tel 1(352)433-2400

Riggins Law FirmEmployment Law

So many employers fail to pay their employees the correct wages for several different reasons.

Problems with:

*overtime wages
* forced to work "off-the-clock"
* paid below minimum wage
* paid differently due to your immigration status (illegal/ undocumented worker)
*not paid at all
* or told you cannot get overtime because you get a salary or that you are an independent contractor. . . ?

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