College Pro – Attorneys Representing Oregon Employees who Were Not Correctly Paid by College Pro

College Pro operates multiple companies in Oregon. They hire primarily college and high school age students to work and manage College Pro Painters and College Pro Window Cleaning locations throughout Oregon. College Pro is a large national conglomerate that does not always comply with Oregon’s wage and hour laws. The attorneys at Schuck Law, LLC regularly prosecute wage claims in Oregon and have learned that College Pro does not always comply with Oregon’s wage and hour laws. If you worked for College Pro in Oregon and believe that you were not paid all your wages or were not timely paid, call Schuck Law at (360) 566-9243.

College Pro may have violated Oregon’s wage and hour laws and you may be entitled to recover wages, penalty wages, and damages from College Pro as follows:

Oregon Late Payment of Final Wages Claim

When your employment for College Pro ended, College Pro was required to pay your wages according to time lines set out in Oregon law. If College Pro failed to timely pay all final wages, you may be able to recover from College Pro up to 30 days of penalty wages in addition to the unpaid wages by having our Oregon wage claim attorneys file a wage claim lawsuit against College Pro in Oregon…More

Oregon Minimum Wage Claim

Oregon minimum wage law generally requires College Pro to pay a minimum hourly rate to all employees. If College Pro failed to pay all your minimum wages, you may be able to recover from College Pro up to 30 days of wages in addition to the unpaid wages by having our Oregon wage claim attorneys file a minimum wage claim lawsuit against College Pro.

Oregon Overtime Wage Claim

Oregon wage and hour overtime laws generally require College Pro to pay non-exempt employees 1 1/2 times their regular hourly rate (called overtime rate) for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week. In addition to recovering the unpaid overtime wages from College Pro, an employee could recover up to 30 days of wages as a civil overtime penalty by having our Oregon overtime wage claim attorneys file an overtime wage claim lawsuit against College Pro…More

Oregon Wrongful Deduction Wage Claim

Oregon wage and hour laws limit what College Pro can deduct from your wages. Examples of deductions from wages generally allowed are: taxes, garnishments, other deductions for the employee’s benefit which were authorized in writing by the employee. (Such as health and life insurance). If College Pro deducted anything other than what was listed, you may have an unlawful deduction wage claim. Our Oregon wage claim attorneys can file an unlawful deduction wage claim lawsuits to recover damages if College Pro unlawfully deducted money from your paycheck/wages…More

Oregon Wage Claim Attorneys

The wage claim attorneys (lawyers) at Schuck Law, LLC focus their law practice on wage claim lawsuits. Our Oregon wage claim attorneys regularly prosecute Oregon wage and hour claims, Oregon minimum wage claims, Oregon overtime wage claims, Oregon wrongful deduction wage claims, Oregon vacation (or PTO) pay wage claims, and wage claims asserting that final wages were not timely paid on termination (quit or fired). In addition to the unpaid wages and damages outlined above, our Oregon wage claim attorneys may also sue to recover the employee’s costs, disbursements, and attorney fees incurred in prosecution of the Oregon wage claim lawsuit. This allows the Oregon wage claim attorneys (wage and hour attorneys) at Schuck Law, LLC to take most wage claim lawsuits on a contingency fee basis. This means, with minor exceptions that are within your control, that our Oregon wage claim attorneys (lawyers) only get paid their attorney fees if they recover wages, wage damages, or penalty wages for you.

Our Oregon wage claim attorneys (lawyers) prosecute wage claims throughout Oregon, including but not limited to, Portland, Astoria, Beaverton, Portland, Bend, Clackamas, Coos Bay, Grants Pass, Hillsboro, Portland, Hood River, Klamath Falls, Lake Oswego, Oregon City, Portland, Madras,McMinnville, Medford, Milwaukie, Portland, Newberg, Oregon City, Portland, Sandy, St. Helens, Portland, Tillamook, and West Linn.

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