Are you working or have you worked as an Amazon delivery driver? Were you paid for all of the hours you worked? Did you have to work through unpaid meal breaks? Did you perform work off the clock before or after your shift?

The Fair Labor Standards Act requires employers to pay wages for all hours worked, including working during breaks and work performed prior to and after your shift. If you worked without pay, you may have a claim to recover these unpaid wages.

What Can I Do To Help?

We would like to speak with anyone who has worked as an Amazon delivery driver over the past three years. If you have any information that might assist us, or know anyone who might have that information, please contact Attorney Breanne Snapp by calling 608-255-6663.

How Can I Learn More?

If you have questions about this investigation or your right to overtime pay, please contact Attorney Breanne Snapp at 608-255-6663 to speak with an attorney. Your conversations with us are completely confidential.

Can My Employer Fire Me or Retaliate Against Me?

Your employer may not terminate, discriminate, or otherwise retaliate against you for taking part in or providing information to this investigation or for joining a lawsuit to assert your rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Questions?

If you have additional questions, please contact our office by using the form below, or by calling 608-255-6663 and ask to speak with Attorney Breanne Snapp.