Fiberoptic Technician Sues for Overtime Pay

A fiberoptic technician has filed suit for unpaid overtime in federal court in Midland, Texas.  The plaintiff formerly worked for ABP, Inc., which performs testing on fiberoptic networks for customers in Texas and across the country.  Plaintiff was employed by Defendants as a “Fiberoptic Technician,” and primarily performed manual labor related to the testing of fiberoptic networks.  While employed by Defendants, Plaintiff alleges that he routinely worked for 5-7 days a week, often working 60 hours in a week, if not more.  Instead of paying him overtime, Plaintiff alleges that Defendants paid Plaintiff a day rate, with no additional pay for hours worked above 40 in a week.

If you are or were, within the past three years, a fiberoptic technician, fiberoptic splicer, fiberoptic cable installer, AVL technician, cable installer or other manual laborer who was paid a salary, flat hourly rate or a day rate and denied overtime pay, consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to learn whether you are entitled to unpaid overtime.  You may be entitled to overtime pay even if you were classified as an independent contractor.  Josh Borsellino is a Texas attorney who represents oilfield workers in overtime pay lawsuits.  For a free consultation of your unpaid overtime claim, call Josh at 817.908.9861 or complete this free form.

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