Practice Areas

Bankruptcy Law

If you’re worried about repaying your debts, it may be time to call someone at a bankruptcy law firm. Many folks with questions about the process choose to talk to a bankruptcy attorney at the Law Offices of Bryan Yaldou. Read More
Attorneys: Nicholas D. Chambers

Chapter 7

By filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, our clients are provided with a fresh start. Months or years worth of financial stress becomes a thing of the past. From the moment that you file your bankruptcy, harassing creditors are required to stop calling you,… Read More
Attorneys: Nicholas D. Chambers

Chapter 13

Chapter 13 provides many clients the flexibility that a Chapter 7 cannot provide. For example, if you’re behind on a house or vehicle payment, Chapter 13 can stop a foreclosure or repossession and allow you to catch up your payments over a 3 to… Read More
Attorneys: Nicholas D. Chambers

Unpaid Wages & Overtime

The FLSA requires covered employers to pay their non-exempt employees at least the federal minimum wage of $7.25/hour and an overtime rate of 1 ½ their normal hourly rate for all hours worked over 40 in a single work week. Read More

Unpaid Time / Overtime Violations

You work hard to make a living, do not let your employer get away with a wage and hour violation! Our Brownstown unpaid wages and overtime attorneys will help you determine if your rights have been violated and if you are owed back wages, attorney fe… Read More

Salaried Workers & Unpaid Overtime

If you are a salaried employee who is nonetheless making less than $913/week* and are not being paid for overtime, you might be misclassified — and thus might have a right to up to three years in unpaid wages / overtime pay. Read More

Are you a home health care worker?

One of the industries were employees are misclassified as salaried employees is in the Home Health Care industry. Employers often try to pay a salary to home health care workers to avoid payroll difficulties that are inherent in the type of services… Read More

Employees Misclassified as Independent Contractors

A common exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is for individuals who are “independent contractors.” Independent contractors do not have the same rights as employees. Unfortunately, it is also very common to be misclassified as an i… Read More

Are you a cable installation technician who works over 40 hours a week?

Cable installation workers are often misclassified as independent contractors even though they are employees under the FLSA. If you are a cable installation technician who works more than 40 hours a week and you are not paid 1 ½ your regular pay rat… Read More

Unpaid Wages for Tipped Workers

If an employee spends more than 20% of his or her time conducting untipped work, but is only being paid a tipped wage, then he or she should be paid the full federal minimum wage rate for that untipped work. Our Brownstown unpaid wages and overtime a… Read More

Personal Injury Law

Injuries are never expected but when they occur they are both emotionally and physically challenging to deal with. If you have been struck by a negligent motorist or if you have been injured by anyone acting negligently, you must file a claim. The be… Read More

Medical Malpractice

Doctors are required to take an oath to do no harm but, from time to time, serious mistakes can occur in hospitals, medical offices, and clinics. Sadly, the effects of medical malpractice can be devastating to patients who are counting on treatment t… Read More

Auto Accidents

In 2015, Michigan State Police reported a total of 297,023 automobile accidents state-wide. Unfortunately car crashes occur daily and innocent victims are often involved due to another’s lack of care. Auto accidents can be a terrifying experience t… Read More

Slips and Falls

Have you ever slipped, fallen or tripped on property other than your own and injured yourself? You may be eligible for a personal injury case. In the United States annually, slip and fall injuries amount to more than $60 billion in costs. You may be… Read More

Estate Planning

Estate planning allows you to provide for your family by creating a will, establishing a power of attorney or living will, making funeral arrangements in advance, and more. If you're ready to begin the estate planning process, you need the help of a… Read More

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