Our clients were required to wear hairnets, helmets, khakis, and other protective clothing prior to the start of their shift. However, they were not paid for the time to put on the clothes and to take off the clothes..
Wage Violation Class Action
We represented nearly one thousand Kansas workers in a class action involving wage violations. Our clients were not properly paid for the time they spent “donning and doffing.” Donning and Donning is used to refer to the practice of putting on “donning” and taking off “doffing” protective clothing, uniforms that are required for the job. Our clients were required to wear hairnets, helmets, khakis, and other protective clothing prior to the start of their shift. However, they were not paid for the time to put on the clothes and to take off the clothes.
We filed a lawsuit in the District of Kansas on behalf of all workers in the facility who were improperly paid. Ultimately, the facility changed the way they paid workers and settled for 1,250,000 dollars in unpaid wages.
We represented nearly a thousand farmers to ensure they received proper compensation for the falling corn prices. We held nearly fifty town hall meetings to properly inform corn farmers of their rights against Syngenta..See More
The year before our client started working, the store had suffered many break-ins, robberies, and assaults on the property. However, the store-owner failed to warn our client of any of these criminal acts..See More
The driver of the vehicle was driving too fast for the road conditions and missed the exit that they were supposed to take in order to make their destination. To make the exit, the driver jerked the wheel crossing three lanes of traffic and rolled the vehicle three times..See More