Collective overtime lawsuit filed against TwoPro Energy Services

Oil and gas service provider, TwoPro Energy Services, LLC, has been sued in federal court in the Western District of Texas, Pecos division for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”).  The lawsuit was brought by a former field worker for unpaid overtime violations and alleges that workers for TwoPro typically worked over forty hours per week, seven days a week without being paid overtime. Specifically, TwoPro would pay its workers a different rate for each task performed. For example, if workers performed services under different categories, including Hotshotting, Field Time, Drive Time or Shop Time, each job was paid at a different rate. Unless a worker worked more than 40 hours in one job category, he or she was not paid overtime for any work done. 

The lawsuit seeks to have the case proceed as a collective action, whereby any individual:

  1. who was employed by TwoPro Energy Services, LLC in the past three years as a field worker; and
  2. denied overtime pay for any hours worked above forty in a week, is eligible to join the lawsuit.

If you or a friend or a family members worked for TwoPro in the last three years as a field worker and denied overtime pay, you may be entitled to recover your unpaid overtime compensation. Contact Josh Borsellino today to see if you have a viable claim. Josh Borsellino is a Texas attorney who works to recover your unpaid overtime. If you wish to obtain a consent form in order to join this lawsuit, contact Josh Borsellino today at 817.908.9861 or 432.242.7118. Unless you receive, sign and return the consent form to Borsellino P.C., you are NOT a party to the lawsuit and you are not represented by Borsellino P.C..

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