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About The FairLaw Firm

Conveniently located in Miami, the FairLaw Firm focuses on representing people who are owed overtime wages, minimum wages, tips, commissions, and hourly wages they earned. Our bilingual staff is both friendly and knowledgeable and will give you the personalized attention you are seeking. We will meet with you at no cost and update you on your case so that you can make the important decisions about whether you want to settle, when, and for how much. We will, of course, provide you our recommendations personalized to your situation. The FairLaw Firm handles most of these overtime, minimum wage, wage and hour, and other unpaid/underpaid wage cases on contingency, so our clients pay no fees or costs unless they recover money.

The FairLaw Firm strives to provide each client with efficient and effective representation to achieve a successful and realistic outcome.

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Unpaid overtime – the FairLaw Firm represents employees to recover the overtime pay they earned, plus penalties and attorneys’ fees, under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Minimum wages – the FairLaw Firm represents employees who were not paid the minimum wages to which they are legally entitled, under the Fair Labor Standards Act and other laws.


Tipped employees – the FairLaw Firm helps tipped employees – servers, waiters, waitresses, bartenders, and bussers – who were cheated out of tips, had managers/cooks in tip pools, did not get reimbursed for uniforms, or were underpaid.

Wrongful termination – the FairLaw Firm represents workers who were retaliated against for bringing a workers’ compensation claim, minimum wage or overtime claim, or being a whistleblower.


Unpaid wages – the FairLaw Firm represents employees in recovering the wages they earned under the Florida Wage Act and local Wage Theft Ordinances.

Misclassification – the FairLaw Firm represents employees who were paid as independent contractors when they should have been paid as and received the same benefits and treatment as employees.


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