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DOL sues Houston emergency medical services companies

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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has filed a lawsuit against three Houston-based ambulance companies—Pride EMS, Allyn Medical EMS and North Cypress EMS—and their common owners, seeking an injunction for alleged Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations.

The suit seeks $142,000 in minimum wage, overtime and back pay for 76 dispatchers, paramedics and administrative workers.

An investigation by the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division found that some employees were misclassified as independent contractors while others were paid “straight time” for all hours worked, even those exceeding 40 hours per week. The DOL also claims the companies failed to maintain accurate records.

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James Hawkins November 15, 2015 at 10:06 am

I believe I am apart of this lawsuit, I would just like to know how the lawsuit is going and when it might be over? cell # 281 7408987


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