Medical Transportation Management, Inc. (MTM) is on the receiving end of a proposed collective action that claims it failed to pay its employees proper wages in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The plaintiffs say they were and are employed as non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) drivers and were responsible for driving Medicare patients to and from their appointments. According to the suit, NEMT drivers typically worked more than 40 hours per week without receiving overtime compensation for the hours they worked above 40 each week. In addition, their flat rate of pay divided by the number of hours they worked often fell below the required minimum wage, the complaint says. The suit seeks unpaid wages and other damages for NEMT drivers who have worked under MTM’s contract with the District of Columbia at any time during the past three years.