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Leon Greenberg Professional Corporation

Lawsuits on Behalf of Limousine Drivers Employed by Bell Transportation and Presidential Limousine

Our law firm represents limousine drivers who were paid on a commission-only basis and for many or most of the weeks they worked their commissions did not equal the proper minimum wage of either $8.25 or $7.25 per hour under Nevada law.

We also believe that these limousine drivers are entitled to be paid extra overtime wages of time of one-half their regular hourly rate under federal law for hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week.  Our clients were often working 50 to 60 hours per week and did not receive any extra overtime pay.   We also believe that the defendants kept inaccurate and false records of our clients' working hours by, among other things, recording rest breaks on those records that our clients did not actually take.

The parties in the Presidential Limousine have reached a settlement of the matter.  Please contact our associate attorney, Dana Sniegocki, at to find out more about this settlement.

If you worked for a limousine company or worked in another industry in which your employer required you to understate your hours of work or paid you on a commission-only basis and you were not earning at least the minimum wage, or were not paid overtime wages, contact our office for a free, no obligation, and confidential consultation.

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