Representing Class Action Clients Nationwide
The employment law attorneys at Edgar Law Firm LLC, pursue lawsuits for mistreated employees across the country.
Based in Kansas City, Missouri, the firm has a history of successes in wage and hour litigation.
With over 100 years of combined legal experience, the firm's lawyers have extensive knowledge of employment law, including the Fair Labor Standards Act and local state laws, and they are committed to holding employers accountable for violations.
As trial attorneys, they have proven courtroom skills in state and federal jurisdictions. They have prevailed in cases against some of the largest companies in the world, and have the resources to take on major employers and complex cases.
Among their credentials, many of the firm's attorneys have received an AV* rating under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system and have been recognized in Super Lawyers magazine.
A Focus on Fair Pay
Edgar Law Firm represents all types of workers who have been unfairly denied overtime compensation. Sharing a commitment to standing up for workers' rights, the firm's attorneys provide aggressive representation focused on results.
The firm handles wage and hour class action lawsuits involving:
- Lack of breaks or mealtimes
- Off-the-clock work
- Misclassification of employees as managers
- Minimum wage violations
- Charging employees for company expenses
In all situations, the firm's attorneys prepare the case for trial as quickly as possible to maximize compensation.
As part of the firm's contingent fee structure, most clients are not charged until compensation is awarded.
Contact the firm to schedule a consultation about your case.
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