Legal Investigation: Were Postmates Drivers Denied Minimum Wage and Overtime?

Last Updated on October 26, 2023

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who drove for Postmates for more than 40 hours in any week during the past three years and lives in Massachusetts, Illinois, New York, Oregon or Washington.
What’s Going On?
It’s been alleged that Postmates misclassifies drivers as independent contractors instead of employees and has therefore deprived them of certain employment benefits, such as minimum and overtime wages. Attorneys working with are now gathering drivers to take legal action against Postmates.
What Am I Signing Up For?
You’re signing up to participate in “mass arbitration,” a legal proceeding that’s similar to a class action lawsuit in that it allows a group of people to join together to take action against a company over an alleged violation of the law.
How Much Could I Get?
If the attorneys win your claim, it’s possible you could recover $2,000 or more, though nothing is guaranteed.
How Much Does This Cost?
It doesn’t cost anything to sign up, and the attorneys will only be paid if they win money on your behalf. If they don’t win your claim, you don’t pay.
What You Can Do
If you’ve driven more than 40 hours in a week for Postmates and you live in Massachusetts, Illinois, New York, Oregon or Washington, join others taking action by filling out a quick form using the link below.
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