We Are Advocates for Workers/

Justice for wrongful termination. Fight for fair pay. Secure top dollar for workers' comp claims.

An aggressive employment lawyer in Tampa can help you enforce your legal rights against powerful interests. At Feldman Williams we have two decades of experience winning life-changing results for our clients in wrongful termination, overtime violations, wage and hour disputes, and other employment litigation. Feldman Williams, PLLC represents workers in Florida and Georgia in wage and hour disputes, overtime claims and workers’ comp claims.

Please contact us today and get the justice you deserve.

How our Tampa Employment Lawyers Help Workers

We represent individuals in employment litigation, unfair pay cases and workers' compensation claims. If you’re not receiving the wages you’re due, believe you were wrongfully terminated or have been hurt on the job our attorneys will fight on your behalf to secure justice for you.

Call Today: 877-946-8293.

Why Contact Us?/

The initial case assessment is free and completely confidential.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain to ensure your rights are protected.
Talk to our experienced employment lawyers in Tampa to find out if you have a case.

A strong attorney can help you enforce your legal rights against powerful interests. No matter how complex your case is, our lawyers are able to present an effective argument on your behalf even in numerous large-scale matters, including class and collective action litigation in state and federal court.

You deserve compensation for the work you’ve done — and an attorney who can help you obtain it. If you’re not receiving the wages you’re due, have an employment contract dispute, or have been wrongfully fired, our firm will work diligently on your behalf to obtain the highest possible results.

  • Strong Advocate – Defending your rights is our most important goal, and we will work tirelessly to protect your interests.
  • Detailed Advice — Through more than 20 years of assisting employees and injury victims, we have developed a strong understanding of state and federal law. This gives our clients an advantage in court or at the negotiation table.
  • Caring Counsel — We understand the emotional impact that accompanies injuries and workplace mistreatment. From start to finish, we vigorously seek a resolution that relieves your burdens.

Contact a skilled employment lawyer in Tampa

If you are unsure whether you are entitled to legal relief, a brief consultation can clarify the law and give you the information you need to proceed. We offer free case assessments, and our free assessments are within discretion. Please call us to schedule a meeting at our offices.


Answers to Your Top Questions, Now.

I am salaried - am I due overtime?

Just because an employer classifies you as exempt, or states you are exempt also may not be legally correct. Hence there are thousands of cases across the US filed each month in which workers file claims for overtime wages who have been classified as exempt. This is what we call a "misclassification case". Full Answer

I have a college degree and work in an white-collar type office job, and have a fancy job title, such as “executive”, “manager”, “director”, “account representative”…. so surely I’m exempt?

Your position either meets the exemption definition or not, but having a degree an being a white-collar worker, or having a fancy job title or even being called a “manager” has no bearing on whether you are exempt an entitled to overtime wages. Full Answer

I was in a car accident while commuting, can I file for workers' comp?

If you were injured going to or leaving work, it can be a complex undertaking to determine who has liability. For example, a marketing representative who spends a lot of time driving for work-related reasons may be able to seek workers' compensation benefits in addition to making an injury claim. If an employee is on the way to an off-site work meeting, they may also be able to seek workers' compensation benefits. Full Answer

Do employers have to pay for time spent prepping before work commences?

Employers may have to pay employees for tasks the employees perform before they clock in and after they clock out, typically called “donning” or “doffing”. The time spent waiting also is compensable. If your employer orders or commands you to first set up something, this should be paid. Full Answer



"Attorney Feldman’s steadfast decisions and actions enabled us to have a quick resolve of an already stressful situation and allowed me to live with a peace of mind."

Securing Justice for Workers: Individually & Collectively

In any matter, our employment attorneys take a proactive approach to maximize our clients’ recovery. This commitment has led to professional recognition as an attorney who has won verdicts and settlements exceeding $1 million.

Class Actions

Lowe’s: $4.8 Million
Payless Shoesource: $2.9 Million
Burger King Corp: $1.2 Million
Fleetmatics: $2.5 Million
Fleetcor / NextraqFleetcor: $750,000
Circle K: $500,000

What Our Clients Say/

Our clients are employees… blue-collar, white-collar, no-collar. We fight for justice to protect workers from unscrupulous employers. Here’s what our clients say about working with Feldman Williams.

Are you being properly paid for all hours worked at the correct overtime and wage rates? We will provide a FREE evaluation regardless of the city or state you reside in.