Miami Undocumented Worker Rights Lawyers
Work Is Work, and You Should Be Paid Your Efforts
U.S. employment law and the Florida Commission on Human Relations set forth a series of standards and regulations that protect employees, laborers and hourly workers.
If you are an undocumented worker in America, those rights can extend to you as well.
If you came to America for work to support your family, you made an agreement with your employer to be paid for that work.
If you were not paid for work performed, you may be able to file a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). A lawyer with experience with the EEOC can effectively file a claim. If the EEOC decides that your claim is valid, that same lawyer can help you with a lawsuit. The lawyers at Brody & OBeidy have handled hundreds of EEOC cases.
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Regardless of your employment status, the U.S. Government will not allow "indentured servitude." If you need help getting paid for the work you have performed, call the lawyers at Brody & OBeidy. Our first meeting is free, and we will talk with you about your options. We speak Spanish and French. We can help you decide what you should do next.
In South Florida, call the Miami-based office of Brody & OBeidy at 800-252-5493 or contact us online. We are experienced attorneys who can help you get paid for the work you've done.
Languages spoken: English, Spanish and French.