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You Deserve to be PAID the wages you are OWED!

Nobody should have to work for free, but that is what happens if your employer (or former employer) isn't paying you.

If you are not being paid, it is as if someone is stealing from you.

You worked hard for that money.  We have the leverage to help you get it.

We help you recover the money that you earned.

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It can be intimidating to have to confront your boss about not getting paid on time (or at all).  Let us help you.

Oregon laws provide that your employer has to:
  • Pay you at regular intervals;
  • Pay you a minimum wage and overtime (with certain exceptions);
  • Pay your final wages within a specific amount of time (depending on when and how your employment ended);
  • Pay you PENALTY WAGES if your final paycheck is not delivered on time;
  • Pay your attorney's fees if you have to sue to recover unpaid wages.

Get Started on the Process to Getting Paid the Wages You are Owed


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