If you have been hurt because of someone’s negligence or intentional misconduct, you need to call Robert Abell, car crash attorney Lexington KY. If you have been in a car accident, motorcycle accident or truck accident, you need to call Robert Abell, Lexington Kentucky truck accident lawyer. If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in any accident, you need to call Robert Abell, Central Kentucky personal injury attorney.
If you have insurance benefits that are not being paid due to bad faith or unfair claims practices, you need to call Robert Abell, insurance claims attorney, Kentucky. If you are struggling with long-term disability benefits including ERISA plans, you need to call Robert Abell, Lexington disability benefits lawyer.
If you have a claim related to employee benefits such as 401(k) plans, retirement and pension plans, stock and profit sharing plans, you need to call Robert Abell, Lexington work injury lawyer. If you have a claim related to a whistle blower, wrongful discharge, or wage and hour and overtime claims for wages earned, you need to call Robert Abell, Central Kentucky employment lawyer. If you have an employment claim arising from race, sex, age, national origin, and/or disability discrimination, you need to call Robert Abell, discrimination lawyer, Kentucky. If you have a claim arising from a hostile work environment or sexual harassment, you need to call Robert Abell, Lexington employment lawyer.
If any of the following is true about you:
- Your employer requires you to work off the clock
- Your employer requires you to report to work and begin work before you are allowed to clock in
- You work more than 40 hours per week and are not paid any overtime
- You have been misclassified as "exempt" from overtime. Misclassification of employees as exempt from overtime is one of the most frequent violations of federal and Kentucky state wage and overtime laws
- Your employer requires you to perform work during your lunch and/or rest breaks
- Your employer clocks you out while you are still working
- Your employer adjusts your time card so you won't get paid any overtime
- You have not been paid the wages you have earned and are owed
- Your former employer has not paid you for the vested and accrued but unused vacation pay you had compiled
- Your former employer has not paid for the bonuses or commissions that you had earned before you left employment
If you have questions about whether you have been paid the overtime owed you.
Contact Lexington, Kentucky overtime and wages lawyer Robert Abell at 859-254-7076.
If you have been injured in the workplace in Kentucky, you almost surely have claims for income benefits, whether temporary total disability benefits, permanent partial disability benefits and/or total disability benefits and medical expenses. For an experienced Kentucky workers compensation lawyer call Robert L. Abell of Robert Abell Law, a workers compensation lawyer Lexington, Kentucky. If you have a severe injury impacting your ability to work, you need to call Robert Abell, Central Kentucky work injury lawyer.