DC Power Tong Lawsuit

A. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: The Basics

The Siegel Law Group and Lee & Braziel have filed a lawsuit against DC Power Tong, LLC (“DC Power Tong”). The Law Firms filed the unpaid wage lawsuit on behalf of former and current DC Power Tong Employees (“Employees” or “Workers”) that received either:

  • Pay based on foot of pipe laid (“Footage Pay”); or
  • Pay provided on a per-job basis (“Per-Job Pay”)

at any time over the past three (3) years. Find the Complaint filed in federal court to initiate the Lawsuit here.

We Represent Casing Workers in Unpaid Wage Lawsuits Against These  Companies

American Casing, Butch’s Rat HoleBull Rogers, Byrd Oilfield Services, Cosi Casing, DC Power Tong, Double D Tong, Gabes CasingLewis Casing, Noble Casing, Rocky Mountain CasingSmith Casing, Titan Casing & Wyoming Casing. 

Click the links above to learn more about these unpaid wage lawsuits. 

B. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: Eligibility

We believe all employees who received Footage or Per-Job Pay are eligible to join the DC Power Tong Lawsuit if they worked for DC Power Tong over the past three (3) years. We encourage all DC Power Tong workers employed over the past three years to contact us to aid with our investigation of this lawsuit. Your help will allow us to bolster our client’s allegations and help to strengthen the claims of all individuals who elect to join the DC Power Tong Lawsuit.

C. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: The Potential Stakes Involved

Federal wage law permits employees denied overtime wages to potentially recover double the amount of wages owed to them that accrued over the past three years. Based on estimates from our clients in other cases, including a case against Wyoming Casing, we believe that DC Power Tong Employees may be due over a thousand dollars per pay period of their employment if DC Power Tong failed to comply with federal overtime laws. 

D. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: Statute of Limitations Concerns in Federal Wage Lawsuits

WARNING: Employees in federal overtime actions can only recover wages dating three years back from the date they file their consent in federal court in an unpaid wage lawsuit. As a result, Employees that do not timely file their consent in a federal wage action may lose money each and every day they fail to file their consent in a federal lawsuit.

E. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: Our Client’s Allegations

The Lawsuit claims that DC Power Tong cheated its employees of proper overtime because it failed to:

  • Include Per Foot or Per Job pay to increase the overtime rate paid to Workers; or
  • Count hours spent working on a Per Foot or Per Job Basis towards overtime hours.

You may find a copy of the Complaint filed to initiate the DC Power Tong Lawsuit here.

F. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: Case Information

Jack Siegel, J. Derek Braziel, and Jay Forester represent the potential class of Casing Employees in the DC Power Tong Lawsuit. The attorneys filed the DC Power Tong Lawsuit on behalf of Jeff Cline and Matthew Simmons on August 17, 2016. The DC Power Tong Lawsuit is currently pending in the United States District Court for North Dakota, Western Division, Case No. 1:16-cv-301.

G. DC Power Tong Lawsuit: Call Us

Please contact us with any questions you may have regarding the DC Power Tong Lawsuit.  You may give us a call us at (214) 749-1400 or toll free at (866) 949-1400. You may also email us:

Derek Braziel: jdbraziel@l-b-law.com

Jay Forester: forester@l-b-law.com

Jack Siegel: jack@siegellawgroup.biz

All consultations are absolutely free.

Jack Siegel is the Dallas overtime lawyer responsible for this website.
The Siegel Law Group’s principal place of business in Dallas, but serves clients across the country. Our overtime law firm represents clients throughout the country who have been wrongfully denied wages, overtime, and minimum wage.