Did Your Employer Fail To Give You A Final Check?
When you have worked for an employer for any length of time, you reasonably expect to be compensated promptly for your service. Receiving the full amount of pay you are due becomes particularly critical if you are laid off or terminated. Your former employer has an obligation to pay you in a timely manner for all the wages and compensation to which you are entitled.
The employment laws in West Virginia state that terminated employees should receive their final paychecks within 72 hours of being laid off or fired. If your employer fails to pay what you are owed, it may face significant penalties under the law.
If you were terminated and did not receive your final paycheck or you don’t believe you were paid all you were owed, call Romano & Associates, PLLC, in Charleston. Our attorneys will carefully review your situation. Our mission is to uphold your rights as an employee and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
We Also Handle A Wide Array Of Other Compensation-Related Disputes
In addition to resolving disputes over unpaid wages after termination, our law firm represents employees in a wide range of other compensation-related matters. These include disputes over:
- Minimum wage
- Overtime pay
- Working off the clock
- Bonuses and sales commissions
- Meal and rest breaks
- Salaried positions vs. hourly positions
- Vacation time
- Disability benefits
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) benefits
Our Attorneys Are Mountain State Natives Who Will Stand Up For You
The lawyers of Romano & Associates, PLLC, are deeply committed to our Kanawha Valley community and take pride in making a lasting difference in the lives of the people here.
“I enjoy being a member of the community, helping people I know and knowing people I’ve helped.” — Attorney Shawn R. Romano