XTO Lawsuit

The Siegel Law Group and Lee & Braziel joined forces to file a lawsuit against XTO Energy, Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil, on behalf of XTO’s Lease Operators. The XTO lawsuit claims that XTO failed to pay all of its Lease Operators proper overtime because:

  • XTO only paid its lease operators for a set amount of maximum hours per week;
  • Lease Operators frequently worked in excess of the set amount of maximum hours; and
  • XTO failed to pay those employees overtime wages for those hours.

The Plaintiff that initiated the lawsuit claims that XTO required him to work approximately 84 hours per week. Based on this estimate, XTO could potentially be held liable for up to 4,576 hours of overtime per year of his employment. You can find a copy of the Original Complaint filed to initiate the suit on March 21, 2016 here.

If you are a current or former XTO Lease Operator, we recommend that you contact us immediately to pursue your unpaid overtime claim. Failure to do so may disallow you or diminish the amount of your potential damages in the XTO lawsuit. Former and Current XTO Lease Operators only have three years to pursue their overtime claims.

Who is eligible to join the XTO Lawsuit?

All Lease Operators who have worked for XTO over the past three years may be eligible for the XTO lawsuit. However, all Lease Operators with claims must pursue their claims or they will be lost within three years. If you worked as a Lease Operators for XTO within the past three years, we invite you to call us at 214.749.1400 or toll free at 866.949.1400 to discuss your eligibility to pursue your unpaid overtime claims.

XTO Lawsuit: The Stakes Involved

Federal wage law may permit eligible current and former XTO Lease Operators to potentially recover double the amount of their unpaid overtime wages. Based upon current calculations for our clients, these damages could equal to more than $1,500 per week for some XTO lease operators.

XTO Lawsuit: Case Information

Jack Siegel, J. Derek Braziel, and Jay Forester represent the potential class of Operators in the XTO Lawsuit. The attorneys filed the lawsuit on behalf of Ronnie Robbins on March 21, 2016. The XTO lawsuit is currently pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division, Case No. 3:19-cv-00793-M. The honorable Barbara Lynn is presiding over the case.

XTO Lawsuit: Call Us

Please contact us regarding your eligibility for the XTO lawsuit.  You may give us a call us at 214.749.1400 or toll free at 866.949.1400. If you prefer, you can also email Derek, Jack or Jay at the following email addresses:

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

Jay Forester: forester@l-b-law.com

Jack Siegel: jack@siegellawgroup.biz

All consultations are absolutely free. If you are eligible and decide to join the XTO lawsuit, we will take it on contingency. This means you owe us absolutely nothing unless we recover unpaid overtime wages for you.

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.