Who We Help
At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland, Briggs & Josephson, LLP, we work for you when your work has not been fairly compensated. Our employment law practice stretches across the nation helping those who have been unfairly denied wages or have wages owed to them.
Your Overtime Case & Statutes of Limitations
Statutes of Limitations are legal time constraints placed on a potential claim. This means that you only have a set amount of time within which to file your back wages or overtime pay case, or else you may not be able to ever recover and your employer will keep the wages owed to you. If you or a loved one believe you were not paid correctly, we can help. Don’t wait too long to protect your important legal rights. Contact us today, for a free and confidential legal consultation.
Who We Help and What We Do
California Labor Code Claims
Maritime, Oilfield and Offshore Workers Claims
Trusted Attorneys, Proven Results
Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, so we do not get paid unless you recover money in a court decision or settlement.
We are different from other employment lawyers because we work as trial attorneys to resolve your problems. Once we take your case and commit to you, your success is our priority, and we are prepared to litigate the matter to the fullest extent of the law. Contact us, and we can explain more about the process of hiring experienced trial lawyers for your wage claim case.
As in the workplace, in the courtroom it is always important to choose the RIGHT TEAM. Our team of trial attorneys is dedicated to our clients. We have the staff, the resources, and the significant legal experience to fight for you and your hard earned wages.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation, and our firm will start working to recover your back wages today.
Frequently Asked Wage & Hour Questions
What is the FLSA?
How long do I have to bring a wage claim?
How do I know if I have an FLSA wage claim?
I get Comp Time instead of being paid for overtime. Is this allowed?
Do I have to have proof of my unpaid wages or hours worked?