Sunbelt Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Violations of Overtime Wage Laws

Plaintiffs' claims against Sunbelt include not paying them adequate overtime wages and forcing them to work off-the-clock among other claims

The national law firm of Baron and Budd recently filed a lawsuit against construction equipment rental company Sunbelt Rentals Inc. regarding alleged violations of overtime wage laws.

The plaintiffs, who worked in two of Sunbelt’s retail stores, claim that Sunbelt did not pay them adequate overtime wages as required by law and forced them to work off-the-clock before or after a shift, required them to work after-hours in the Sunbelt’s 24-hour emergency services operation without pay at times, and improperly deducted pay for lunch periods when they performed work. Baron and Budd attorney Allen Vaught represents the workers in the case.

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