Bohrer Law Firm - Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70809

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8712 Jefferson Highway Baton Rouge
Louisiana 70809

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(225) 925-5297

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The Bohrer Law Firm, LLC, has more than 27 years of experience handling personal injury cases in Louisiana. Call our Baton Rouge car wreck lawyers at 225-372-1939 for a free consultation.

Baton Rouge Car Wreck Attorney. Our lawyer assists victims of truck wrecks, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, victims of drunk drivers, pedestrian accidents in Louisiana.

Attorney Philip Bohrer has always practiced personal injury law. Our entire law firm shares his determination to use the law to help people who otherwise wouldn't stand a fair chance against big corporations or insurance companies.

We are here to help you.

Call 225-925-LAWS (5297) or 1-800-876-3911 or E-mail us.
Because we focus our resources on litigation and civil law, we have built a reputation for knowledge and excellence in personal injury. Our clients are individuals, never big businesses. The other side has lawyers; you need an attorney, too.

Our emphasis is on personal injury (including car and truck accidents and premises liability), wrongful death, maritime accidents, product liability (including dangerous drugs and defective medical devices), and consumer claims. We also handle Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claims for unpaid wages and failure to pay overtime. We represent individuals as well as large groups of individuals (through class action lawsuits).
There is no cost to you unless we collect.

Our experienced trial lawyers, qualified staff members, investigators, and network of experts can evaluate and investigate your case at no cost to you. If we believe your case has merit, the Bohrer Law Firm will aggressively enforce your rights.

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Bohrer Law Firm is located in the Baton Rouge area of Louisiana. There are at least 20 other listings in the 70809 postcode area.

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Number of Employees: 2-10

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Field Service Technicians Wrongfully Denied Overtime Wages and Other Pay Field Service Technicians routinely travel to various parts of a state or even throughout the country to service sophisticated machinery and equipment. The equipment servicing and travel requires service technicians to work many hours, usually over forty in a workweek which would entitle the employees to receive overtime wages or one and a half times their regular hourly rate. Many companies attempt to avoid paying service technicians overtime by misclassifying their employees as exempt professionals. However, the Department of Labor has made clear that most service technicians are not exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and they are entitled to overtime wages. Typically, service technician jobs do not require a specialized advanced degree, such as a bachelor of science degree in engineering, that would qualify for the professional exemption. Also, the computer professional exemption usually does not come into play because most computer system diagnostics and repair do not involve programming or system analysis. Thus, these workers would be entitled to overtime. Another method of companies trying to avoid paying service technicians overtime is misclassifying workers as independent contractors. True independent contractors are not entitled to overtime wages under the FLSA; however, many service technicians are misclassified as independent contractors when they are actually employees of the company. The worker is considered an employee of the company if the company has sufficient control over the worker, regardless if a worker signed an independent contractor agreement. In such case, the worker who was misclassified as an independent contractor would be entitled to overtime wages and other employment and tax benefits. Lastly, field service technicians are frequently denied pay for travel time between job locations and work sites. They are also commonly not paid for preparing for jobs, training, completing paperwork, attending meeting, logging into computer systems, waiting for assignments and on-call time. This time is generally compensable. If you are a field service technician and you feel you have been wrongfully denied overtime wages, other benefits, or wages for prep work or travel, call the attorneys at Bohrer Brady, LLC (800-876-3911) for a free initial confidential consultation. Bohrer Brady, LLC handles unpaid overtime claims on a contingency fee basis meaning there is no out-of-pocket expense to you for pursuing a claim.
8/31/2017 3:25:15 PM
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8/30/2017 2:26:02 PM
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COURT CONDITIONALLY CERTIFIES LAWSUIT AGAINST ALBANY ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER, INC. (“ALBANY ARC”) FOR UNPAID OVERTIME WAGES A home healthcare worker sued Albany Advocacy Resource Center, Inc. (“Albany ARC”) for unpaid overtime wages. The lawsuit, Williams v. Albany Advocacy Resource Center, Inc., No. 1:16-cv-00216 (U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia), alleges that Albany ARC misclassified home healthcare workers as independent contractors and denied them overtime wages. On March 20, 2017, the Court issued an Order conditionally certifying the lawsuit and Ordered notice to “All current and former home health care workers who worked for Albany Advocacy Resource Center, Inc., at any time since January 1, 2015, who were classified as an independent contractor, who worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek, and who were not paid time-and-a-half for all hours worked over 40 in a work week.” The conditional certification and notice permits current and former home healthcare workers who were classified as independent contractors to participate in the lawsuit and claim unpaid wages, liquated damages, attorney’s fees and costs. The plaintiff is represented by attorneys Philip Bohrer and Scott Brady of Bohrer Brady, LLC. Information about the lawsuit and participation can be obtained by contacting Bohrer Brady, LLC at 8712 Jefferson Hwy., Ste. B, Baton Rouge, LA 70809; Telephone: (800) 876-3911; Fax: (225) 231-7000; scott@bohrerbrady.com.
3/24/2017 6:48:48 PM
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INTEGRITY HOME CARE, INC. SUED BY HOME HEALTHCARE WORKER FOR UNPAID OVERTIME WAGES Integrity Home Care, Inc. has been sued by a current home healthcare worker for unpaid overtime wages. The lawsuit, Cooper v. Integrity Home Care, Inc., No. 4:16-cv-01293-SWH is pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri. The lawsuit, filed by Bohrer Brady, LLC on behalf of the worker, seeks to recover unpaid wages, liquidated damages and attorney’s fees for all current and former personal care aides and advanced personal care aides who were paid hourly and who were not paid overtime wages for all hours worked over 40 in a work week at any time since January 1, 2015. The lawsuit alleges Integrity Home Care, Inc. violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and Missouri Minimum Wage Law (“MMWL”). The FLSA and MMWL provide protection to workers against employer abuse including fair compensation when employees are required to work lengthy hours. The FLSA requires employers to pay non-exempt employees 150% of their regular hourly rate for every hour worked over 40 in a work week. If an employer willfully violates the statute, the employee can recover liquidated damages (double the amount of unpaid wages) in addition to the unpaid wages. The FLSA also provides for the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs. The plaintiff is represented by attorneys Philip Bohrer and Scott Brady of Bohrer Brady, LLC, 8712 Jefferson Hwy., Ste. B, Baton Rouge, LA 70809; Telephone: (800) 876-3911; Fax: (225) 231-7000; scott@bohrerbrady.com.
2/15/2017 9:10:38 PM
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HOME HEALTHCARE WORKER FILES SUIT AGAINST SENIOR HELPERS FOR UNPAID OVERTIME WAGES Bohrer Brady, LLC has filed suit on behalf of a home healthcare worker against Schoellhorn Group, LLC d/b/a Senior Helpers in the Northern District of Texas for unpaid overtime wages. The lawsuit, Seiber v. Schoellhorn Group, LLC d/b/a Senior Helpers, No. 3:16-cv-02849 (N.D.Tx.), seeks to recover unpaid wages, liquidated damages and attorney’s fees for all current and former home healthcare workers who worked over 40 hours in a work week since January 1, 2015. The lawsuit alleges that Senior Helpers failed to pay its home healthcare workers overtime wages for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek as required by the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). The FLSA provides protection to workers against employer abuse including fair compensation when employees are required to work lengthy hours. The FLSA requires employers to pay non-exempt employees 150% of their regular hourly rate for every hour worked over 40 in a workweek. If an employer willfully violates the statute, the employee can recover liquidated damages (double the amount of unpaid wages) in addition to the unpaid wages. The FLSA also provides for the recovery of attorney’s fees and costs.
10/13/2016 2:56:23 PM
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BOHRER BRADY, LLC FILES SUIT AGAINST ROSY HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC. ON BEHALF OF HOME HEALTHCARE WORKERS FOR UNPAID OVERTIME WAGES The attorneys at Bohrer Brady, LLC have filed a lawsuit against home healthcare provider, Rosy Health Care Services, Inc., and its owner, Sunday “Sunny” Uzuh, to recover unpaid overtime wages for all current and former home healthcare workers who worked over 40 hours in a work week since January 1, 2015. The lawsuit alleges that Rosy Health Care Services failed to pay its home healthcare workers overtime wages for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek. The home healthcare workers were required to work extensive hours without overtime compensation in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). The FLSA provides protection to workers against employer abuse. One protection is non-exempt employees must be paid 150% of their hourly rate for every hour worked over 40 in a workweek. If the employer willfully violates the statue, the employee can recover liquidated damages, or double the amount of wages that were not paid. The lawsuit also seeks recovery of attorney’s fees and costs. Rosy Health Care Services, Inc., is a corporation located in Austin, Texas. The company alleged to be owned and operated by Dr. Sunday “Sunny” Uzuh. Mitchell v. Rosy Health Care Service, Inc., Case No. 1:16-cv-00808 (United States District Court for the Western District of Texas).
8/25/2016 8:12:46 PM
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Extradition Agents! If you were paid a salary or day rate and not paid overtime, you might be entitled to overtime wages. Click the link below to contact us online or call us at (800) 876-3911 for a free, confidential consultation.
4/19/2016 7:04:14 PM
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If you've worked as a home health care worker and were required to work more than 40 hours in a week, you may be entitled to overtime wages. Click the link below to contact us online or call us at (800) 876-3911 for a free, confidential consultation.
3/24/2016 3:34:31 PM
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Bohrer Brady, LLC is investigating oil field worker claims in three areas: 1) Workers who were paid a day rate, salary or salary plus bonus. 2) Workers who were paid hourly and received a per diem or allowance. 3) Workers who were classified as independent contractors. Examples of misclassified workers are: -Solids control operator -Flowback operator -Gyroscope operator -Directional driller -Mud engineer, technician or hand -Drilling fluids engineer, operator or technician -Pressure control engineer, operator or technician -Closed loop operator -Crane operator -Wireline operator -Grease tool operator For more information, visit our website: http://goo.gl/QdgtHI
1/8/2016 2:26:13 PM
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If you've worked overtime for SeniorBridge or a third party health care provider administering in-home companionship, health care assistance, or domestic services, or assisted with the physical taking of medications, or medical care, you may be entitled to overtime pay.
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