Founder Kevin Ross-Andino of éclat Law has filed a class and collective action lawsuit against Nissan North America, Inc. The complaint alleges that Nissan North America, Inc. and their associated affiliates have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and other related employment laws.
If you are a current or former Nissan technician (mechanics, technicians, and/or maintenance personnel) you may be the victim of Nissan’s unlawful compensation program for services you performed on behalf of Nissan North America, Inc. Thousands of Nissan technicians are owed past wages for work they performed and tools they purchased for their jobs.
Contact us now to find out if you are eligible for compensation for your unpaid wages. Fill out your free case evaluation below today and let us know your story.
WHAT IS THE PROCESS LIKE?
Find out if you are eligible for compensation as a result of unpaid wages. Fill out your free case evaluation below today and let us know your story.
Our dedicated team of attorneys will review your case evaluation and contact you with any further questions and walk you through the next steps of the process.
If eligible, you will be sent an engagement agreement to be represented in the lawsuit by our law firm.
After you have signed the engagement agreement, our dedicated team of attorneys will begin working on your case. We may request that you provide documents related to your employment.
If eligible, you will join the lawsuit against Nissan North America, Inc. and our attorneys will empower you every step of the way. In the case of a successful result, you will get compensation and the attorneys’ fee is typically deducted from there. Compensation amounts may vary between different individual situations.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Nissan has continuously violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and other wage and employment laws. Nissan technicians are owed compensation for wages that were due to them, but never paid to them.
Current and former Nissan technicians (mechanics, technicians, and/or maintenance personnel).
The evaluation is completely free and fees are only assessed if there is recovery.
Compensation amounts may vary based on your individual case.
Class and collective action proceedings can take anywhere from 2-5 years.
Fill out your free case evaluation below to get in contact with our dedicated team of attorneys.
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