After successfully obtaining financial recoveries in the millions for unpaid overtime for over one hundred and fifty salaried Hartford employees who processed claims, former and current Sedgwick employees have retained Lytle & Barszcz to represent them in lawsuits for unpaid overtime.
What are the Sedgwick class actions?
The two class action cases are Easterwood et al v. Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc. and Rosas, et al v. Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. Both cases are currently before the Federal Court in Orlando, Florida.
The plaintiffs in Easterwood work, or worked, for Sedgwick, and currently process or previously processed claims for Sedgwick, and were classified as exempt and paid a salary. The individuals who have already joined the lawsuit include individuals in the following positions: Disability Representative Seniors, including those who process ADA accommodation requests; Customer Advocate Representatives; and, Absence Management Care Team Representatives. The lead plaintiff in the Rosas case is a Return to Work Specialist.
Although all of these current and former employees were salaried, they should have been paid overtime for all hours worked over forty hours in a work week.
Even if you did not hold one of these positions, you may still be entitled to unpaid overtime if you worked for Sedgwick or still work for Sedgwick.
Although these cases are filed in Orlando, Florida, Sedgwick employees who process or processed claims in different states nationwide are eligible to join these actions.
What do I need to do if I want to be included in the lawsuit?
You must act quickly! Under both federal and state laws, you may only seek damages for unpaid overtime for a specific period of time. This means that every day that passes you may be limiting the amount of unpaid overtime you may pursue. If you are interested in learning more about these cases call Lytle & Barszcz at 1-855-LYTLE-LAW (1-855-598-5352) or 407-622-6544 TODAY, or click on the link below to contact us TODAY! Your conversations with our firm are confidential!
Sedgwick Cannot Retaliate
It is unlawful for an employer to retaliate against an employee for pursuing claims for overtime pay. As such, if you are hesitant to join due to current employment with Sedgwick, you may still call Lytle & Barszcz at 1-855-598-5352 or 407-622-6544 or email us via the link below to discuss your potential claims. Your conversations with our firm are confidential!
You Cannot Waive Claims.
Even if you signed a contract, a severance agreement, a settlement agreement or similar agreement that prohibits you from participating in a lawsuit or even this particular case, you may still be entitled to assert your right to recover overtime wages under the Fair Labor Standards Act because under federal law, you may not waive your right to recover wages and other damages under the Fair Labor Standards Act unless your employer has obtained approval by the U.S. Department of Labor or a Court of competent jurisdiction