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Florida Unpaid Wages Lawyer, Unpaid Overtime, Wage and Hour Claims

As a worker in Florida you deserve to get paid your fair wages and overtime pay. If you have been denied your wages you may have a wage and hour claim against your employer.

Are You Entitled By Law To Thousands of Dollars In Unpaid Wages And Overtime? Can you get  a monetary award for additional damages? Learn Your Rights.

Free Legal Shield wage and hour claim  lawyers help employees  like you obtain the unpaid wages, overtime, and other benefits to which you   are entitled. and have earned. Call us  to learn about any potential claim for overtime or unpaid wages you may have.

Your Rights To a Fair Wage and Overtime Pay

Florida follows the Federal law. Overtime pay of time and a half is required for all non-exempt employees for hours worked over 40 during a workweek.

Florida Minimum Wage

As of January 1, 2009, Florida’s minimum wage was $7.21.  Effective July 24, 2009, Florida’s minimum wage increased, along with the Federal minimum wage, to $7.25 per hour. Additionally, each year, Florida’s minimum wage is subject to annual increases based on inflation.

Florida law gives employers a $3.02 per hour tip credit against the hourly minimum wage for tipped employees.

If you believe you have been denied your fair wages and over time contact Free Legal Shield today

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Wage and hour claims:Attorneys who cover Boca Raton, Delray Beach,  Palm Beach County

 

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Attorneys who cover  Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, St. Augustine, Orange Park all of Northeast Florida including Marion Sumter, Flager and Duval counties. Also Attorneys who cover Northwest Florida including: Tallahassee, Pensacola, Panama City and Starke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Auto Accident Attorney Referral Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale

Auto Accident Attorney Referral With lawyers in Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Boca Raton, Clearwater, Ft Myers and West Palm Beach is a unique service which assists the public in choosing an injury attorney without charge or obligation. We are always on call to help the injured. If you have been injured in a vehicle accident protect your rights and call today.

Support and a lawyer for people injured in Auto  Accidents motorcycle accidents and truck accidents,

bus accidents, train accidents,hotel accidents,and cruise ship accidents. We have been protecting people injured in accidents in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, Clearwater, Fort Myers and  all of Florida since 1997.  We are your South Florida Accident Attorney Lawyer Source.  Protecting , defending and providing justice for injured people since 1997.

What causes deadly crashes in Broward County?
Careless driving and failing to yield the right of way cause the most crashes
September 05, 2011|By Angel Streeter, Sun Sentinel

Broward County motorists are trying to do too many things while driving, instead of just driving, and they're dying because of it.

Careless driving — a catch-all category that largely means distracted driving — caused the most fatal traffic crashes in Broward County in 2010, according to state traffic-crash data. If you have been in an auto accident in Broward county ccall 1 800 733-5342 immediately for a lawyer.

Auto Accident statistics

December 02, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — According to the Florida Highway Patrol, there were 2,389,757 motor vehicle accidents in the state of Florida, between 2009 and 2011.

The latest annual accident data gathered by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FDHSMV) is for 2010, when there were 235,461 motor vehicle accidents, or about 645 per day. Of these, 2,444 resulted in fatalities. This number is slightly down from the 2,558 reported fatalities in Florida motor vehicle accidents in 2009 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Florida Motor Vehicle Crash Statistics

According to the data gathered by FDHSMV, of the 235,461 motor vehicle accidents in 2010:

– 195,104 resulted in personal injury
– 108,353 resulted in property damage alone
– 12,168 involved alcohol
– 957 involved drug use

Of the accidents that resulted in fatalities:

– 794 involved alcohol
– 106 involved drug use
– 350 involved motorcycles
– 499 involved pedestrians
– 76 involved bicyclists

According to the FDHSMV statistics, 26,848–or 11.4 percent–of all motor vehicle accidents in 2010 involved teen drivers. Of those:

– 10,563 resulted in injury to the driver
– 7,980 resulted in injury to passengers
– 80 resulted in driver fatality
– 64 resulted in passenger fatality

These numbers indicate that teen drivers are at a higher likelihood to sustain serious, long-lasting injuries when they are involved in car accidents.

Serious Injuries in Car Accidents

Auto accidents can result in serious injuries that can effect your ability to work,  threaten your quality of life, and cause physical and emotional pain and suffering and long term disability.

When you are injured in a car accident that is caused by the negligence of another driver you  may be able to recover compensation for your injuries  and the injuries iof your loved ones. You should dial 1 800 733-5342  for a car accident attorney as soon as possible following a car crash to ensure the proper steps are taken to preserve evidence, gather witness information and evaluate the circumstances of the accident. You should not speak to the insurance company of the other driver or offer information to anyone but, the poilice that come to the scene or your personal injury lawyer.

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