It may be clear to you that your Texas employer didn’t pay you the right amount of money for a job – they may have not paid you for overtime, not given you your last paycheck, or made some other violation of state or federal wages laws. However, in order to win your Texas unpaid wages lawsuit, you must prove to a judge that you are owed money through hard evidence.
What kind of evidence can help you prove your TX unpaid wages case?
- Paycheck stubs.
- Copies of any bounced checks from your employer.
- Copies of work schedules and shifts.
- Time cards.
- Attendance records.
- Evidence of vacation time and sick days.
- Private logs of hours worked.
- Tax forms, such as W-2s or 1099s.
- Your work contract or wage agreement.
- An employee handbook, or other evidence of company policies.
- Official job description.
- Witness accounts, such as evidence from co-workers.
- Letters, emails, and other communications about unpaid wages.
- Any other evidence that you have been treated unfairly under the law by your employer.
If you are unsure of how to find these documents, or if you are unsure if these documents prove your case, a Dallas unpaid wages attorney can help you collect information, analyze the information you have, and piece together your legal case. The best way to learn more about your possible unpaid wage or overtime pay lawsuit is to collect the evidence you have and meet with a lawyer to discuss your case. At the Rasansky Law Firm, we offer Texas workers a free, private consultation. Call 1-877-405-4313 to learn more.