Anyone who has worked for Ohio Gorematory or any other operation run by Ohio Gorematory, LLC.
Attorneys at Barkan Meizlish DeRose Wentz McInernery Peifer, LLP have filed a collective action lawsuit against The Ohio Gorematory, LLC.
A lawsuit can help employees reclaim their unpaid wages.
If you believe that you have been affected by these practices, please fill out the attached opt-in consent form to firstname.lastname@example.org
While Halloween and the scary attractions associated with it may be months away, something sinister has been going on at the Ohio Gorematory. Workers are claiming that they were never paid the wages they earned during the 2019 and previous seasons. Instead, Ohio Gorematory is accused of refusing to pay wages to workers at their Ohio haunted attraction, telling workers that unless a certain number of shifts were worked, workers were owed nothing- in blatant violation of both State of Ohio and Federal Law. Even more disturbing than the gory scenes within the Ohio Gorematory, is the fact that many of these workers were minors- teenagers from local schools looking for a way to earn some money with friends. At least one minor worker is claiming to have worked seventeen (17) nights and received no pay, a violation that was likely widespread throughout the operation of the Ohio Gorematory, is in direct violation of her agreement, and is in violation of Ohio Child Labor Laws. Attorneys at Barkan Meizlish, LLP have filed a class action lawsuit against Ohio Gorematory, LLC in an effort to recover the stolen wages for minors and other workers alike.
Based in Sheffield, OH, Ohio Gorematory, LLC is a for-profit company that operates the Ohio Gorematory, a haunted attraction in Northern Ohio. The class action lawsuit against Ohio Gorematory, LLC may be relevant to you or someone you know who has been worked at the Ohio Gorematory, LLC at any point.
If you or someone you know worked at the Ohio Gorematory and believe you were improperly paid, contact the Paycheck Warriors at Barkan Meizlish, LLP. You may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit against the company and pursue criminal charges for violations of child labor laws in court.
You can fill out the attached consent forms to opt-in to the lawsuit. If you are a minor, make sure you fill out the consent form labeled “minority.”
Consent to Join Wage Claim (Majority Form)
Consent to Join Wage Claim(Minority Form)
Any time an employer improperly pays their employees or fails to pay their employees, it is considered wage theft. There is a broad number of ways that an employer can commit wage theft, ranging from not paying an employee on time, withholding overtime pay, or expecting employers to work off the clock. These are just some of the most common instances of wage theft. There are federal and state protections in place for employees to avoid this kind of mistreatment from their employers, namely the Fair Labor Standards Act and minimum wage laws.
The Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA as it’s commonly referred to, sets out employment laws on a federal level. This act contains laws pertaining to employment law, such as how to calculate overtime pay and regulations regarding record keeping. The FLSA also sets out guidelines for exemptions based on a variety of factors, such as job title, pay rate, and duration of a position. When employers, such as Ohio Gorematory, violate the FLSA, employees should take action to regain their rightfully earned pay.
Every state has a different minimum wage. Federal minimum wage is currently $7.25 an hour. To check your state’s minimum pay rate, you can consult this map.
If you have been employed at the Ohio Gorematory, and believe that you have experienced wage violations, you may be eligible to join a collective action against Ohio Gorematory, LLC. Send us an email or call us at 800-274-5297.
You can read a copy of the Complaint here: Complaint
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