Lytle & Barszcz

Employment Attorneys serving the Orlando area, throughout the
State of Florida and nationwide.

Class Action Lawyers

Current Court Approved Overtime Class Actions for Progressive and Sedgwick Employees

Millions Recovered

For salaried employees working overtime.  Contact us to pursue your claims!

Employers Cannot Retaliate

An employer cannot retaliate if you join our class actions!

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Employment Law for Employees

Speaking up about issues in the workplace can be tough—which is why your best ally is a lawyer who both knows the law and has your back. Our decades of employment law experience is only half of the story. We have an “in this together” approach in everything we do.

Recent News

Plaintiff Represented by Lytle & Barszcz Awarded over $2 Million Dollars by Federal Court in ADA Suit

As featured in: The Orlando Sentinel and Law 360On May 4, 2021, a Federal Court jury awarded more than $2 million to a former minimum wage Burger King employee represented by Lytle & Barszcz who sued after she was fired on the job solely because she had to use a...

Employers Cannot Retaliate

Retaliation is extremely rare when employees join a class action against a large organization such as an insurance company. In fact, employees are more protected by expressing their right to join a lawsuit since the Fair Labor Standards Act and state laws forbid...

Sedgwick National Class

LYTLE & BARSZCZ OBTAINS NATIONAL CLASS OF SEDGWICK EMPLOYEES FOR UNPAID OVERTIME FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.  JOIN TODAY!Due to delays with the United States Mail, Consent to Join Forms are being delayed.  If you already...

What do I need to do if I want to be included in the Sedgwick lawsuit?

After successfully obtaining financial recoveries in the millions for unpaid overtime for over one hundred and fifty salaried Hartford employees who processed claims, former and current Sedgwick employees have retained Lytle & Barszcz to represent them in lawsuits...

Sedgwick Overtime Action

After successfully representing over one hundred Hartford Analysts nationwide who process disability claims, and obtaining financial recoveries for them, Lytle & Barszcz has been retained by current and former Sedgwick employees who process disability claims to...

Overtime Lawsuits for Analysts

We encourage all Analysts who process insurance claims to contact our firm as these employees may have overtime claims against their current or former employers.While we use the term “Analyst,” employers may use a myriad of different titles to describe such employees,...

LYTLE & BARSZCZ successfully recovers millions for Hartford disability representatives. 

For over ten years LYTLE & BARSZCZ vigorously pursued cases on behalf of over 150 Hartford employees processing claims on behalf of The Hartford.  These actions helped former and current Hartford employees receive overtime pay even though they were classified as...

Lytle & Barszcz Settles Class Action on behalf of Hartford Disability Analysts for 3.67 million in an Unpaid Overtime Lawsuit against Hartford Fire Insurance Company

After three years and a long battle with one of the largest and oldest companies in America, Lytle & Barszcz secured a 3.67 Million Dollar settlement of unpaid overtime and damages from Hartford Fire Insurance Co. in the matter of Monserrate et al. v. Hartford...

Lawsuit against Hartford for Unpaid Overtime

New Lawsuit against Hartford for Unpaid Overtime Hartford Overtime Action. After Obtaining a $3.67 Million Dollar Settlement in an overtime lawsuit against Hartford Fire Insurance Company on behalf of Analysts who process disability claims, Lytle & Barszcz has...

New Lawsuit against Hartford for Unpaid Overtime

After Obtaining a 3.67 Million Dollar Settlement in an overtime lawsuit against Hartford Fire Insurance Company on behalf of Analysts who process disability claims, Lytle & Barszcz has filed a new overtime lawsuit against Hartford: Allen et al. v. Hartford Fire...