You Work too Hard

to be Cheated

on Your Paycheck


Have you had enough of feeling like your employer isn’t paying you fairly?

You are on the right track already — the first step is to educate yourself and to learn more about what your rights are (and aren’t). The workers’ rights attorneys at AndersonDodson hope that the information on this website can serve as a valuable resource to help you get started.

After educating yourself, the next step is to take action — to do something. The good news is, you don’t have to do it alone. AndersonDodson, P.C. is a law firm dedicated to recovering unpaid and underpaid wages on behalf of employees.

If you think there is a chance that you have been underpaid, either on purpose or by accident, we can review your pay stubs and other information and determine whether or not you may have a case. And we can do this with no charge to you, and in complete confidentiality so that your employer doesn’t find out about it. Why not at least ask the questions, just to see? You work too hard to be paid unfairly.

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If you suspect that you haven’t been paid everything you are owed, or even if you’re just not sure, make sure to contact us to learn about your rights, and what options are available to you. Whether you are salaried or hourly; whether you do construction work, work in a restaurant, work as a salesperson or something else entirely, you deserve to know your rights!

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