Meal / Break Pay
There are state and federal laws that govern how employers must pay employees for breaks and meal time. If an employer is refusing to pay you for meals or breaks, or denying your right to types of breaks, you may have grounds upon which to file a unpaid wage claim against the employer. When facing this type of employment law issue, it is important to have an experienced employee advocate and knowledgeable lawyer on your side.
At the Los Angeles office of Lyon Law, we provide clients with aggressive and comprehensive representation in cases where employees are seeking compensation for unpaid breaks and meal time at work. Our firm is committed to standing up for our clients, helping them obtain the compensation they deserve in unpaid wage cases and a range of other employment matters.
Is your employer forcing you to take unpaid meals or breaks? Is your employer refusing to pay you for breaks and meals? We can help. Contact Lyon Law at (562) 426-2112 for experienced legal help.
California law is extremely detailed and protective of meal time and break time for employees. The law also prohibits the practice of having an employee waive the meal break or an employer's requirement that the employee take a break at the beginning or end of a shift. There are situations in which a meal break is not required, but this occurs during days where the work day is less than eight hours on a regular basis.
When meeting with attorney Geoff Lyon, he can use his over 30 years of experience to assess your case. Mr. Lyon is fluent in the language of the state and federal laws that govern the ways in which employers are obligated to compensate employees for meals and breaks. He can advise you of your rights and options, and the likelihood that your claim will have enough merit to stand up in court.Contact Us
It is important to get exceptional legal guidance before making any decisions regarding your possible employment law case. Our consultations have no charge and you don’t pay us anything unless you win. We will also advance any legal fees and expenses necessary for your case. You can contact us during business hours or make a special appointment if you need us to accommodate evening or weekend appointments. We are located just off the 405 freeway. To contact us call (562) 426-2112 or through this website via the box conveniently found on the upper left-hand corner.