Carpet installers sue Southern Floor Covering for overtime pay
The class of employees and former employees of Southern Floor Covering, a carpet installation company based out of Pearl, Mississippi, have recently filed an overtime lawsuit against the company. The employees are represented by Joel Dillard, P.A. You can read more about the suit, including viewing the Complaint and Motion for Conditional Class Certification, at the firm's informational website for the Southern Floor Covering Overtime Lawsuit.
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