We know that doctors, advanced practice providers and nurses often work past the end of scheduled shifts to update and maintain medical records, assist overworked colleagues, and finish up patient care obligations. And if you work for Envision, that work is often unpaid.
That’s because Envision routinely pays its healthcare providers for hours scheduled – not the hours actually worked. We believe this practice violates your contract as well as federal and state labor laws.
Our law firm is dedicated to protecting one of this nation's most cherished principles: fair pay for honest work. That’s why we have filed a lawsuit to recover the unpaid wages Envision owes to its healthcare providers nationwide. Click here to review the lawsuit.
Stueve Siegel Hanson is also actively investigating similar practices by Team Health and other medical staffing companies.
We’ve represented tens of thousands of workers nationwide, including healthcare workers, and recovered more than $350 million in unpaid wages. We are committed to helping you recover your rightfully earned pay. If we act now, together we can prevent Envision from taking advantage of the essential contributions provided by you, and those who work alongside you.
If you believe you may have been the victim of these practices at Envision and want to join the case, or if you have been the victim of these practices at another medical staffing company, please reach out to us by filling out this form or contact us at 866.714.0881.
Any communications with us, including submitting the form, are privileged and will be kept strictly confidential.
Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP, a leading law firm nationally ranked for plaintiff mass tort and class action litigation by U.S. News & World Report, advocates for workers' rights in high-profile wage and hour litigation throughout the country.
Our experienced attorneys use knowledge gained at top law schools, federal clerkships and national law firms to give clients an advantage in court. We have successfully represented (and continue to represent) employees in wage and hour disputes against many Fortune 500 companies, national conglomerates, and all of the largest casino operators in the country.
Our firm has secured more than $300 million in wages and penalties for our clients through class and collective actions. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, where we are paid based on the results we achieve for our clients rather than time spent on a case, we can represent all qualified individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. There are no upfront fees, retainers or unpredictable hourly billing.
This results-based fee structure means our trial lawyers have the same interests you do. Succeed for you and we succeed ourselves.
If you have questions about your wages and overtime compensation your employer may owe you, please contact us by filling out the form or calling 866.714.0881.