Workman Law

Cooper/Magana v. LifeLine Ambulance


Plaintiffs Cooper and Magana allege that Defendants’ policy and practice of requiring Plaintiffs and putative class members to work shifts in excess of 8 hours per day resulted in a failure to pay overtime wages.  Plaintiffs further allege Defendants failed to pay Plaintiffs and putative class members for the absence of meal periods as a result of on duty meal periods provided to ambulance crew members during the class period.  In addition, Plaintiffs allege that Defendants failed to provide wage statements depicting earned overtime wages and meal period compensation as required by California Law. A settlement was reached and the Court granted final approval of the settlement on August 26, 2013.

Case Blog