I received a call the other day from a caregiver who has been reading my articles in Weekend Balita for over 3 years. I was so happy to receive this call. I am sure many of you reading this advertisement now have cut out and saved my articles or read them over the years and thought “I have that exact claim.”  Many caregivers have valuable claims for unpaid overtime but are fearful of moving forward with a claim.  Now is the time to take action and learn more about caregiver overtime law. I want to hear from you.

I want to assure you that all communications with me are confidential and all consultations are free.  I understand many caregivers work long hours with little free time.  I am available for free consultations early in the morning before your patient awakens or late at night after your patient is asleep.  I also work weekends if you have a 24/5, Monday to Friday job. I do not pressure caregivers to make a claim. If I simply educate you about the law and give you some free advice that would make me very happy. Even if you are not ready to make a claim now, you should reach out and speak with me about your claim.  I can provide valuable advice about your situation and talk with you about the best time to make a claim.

If you are a 24/7 caregiver, working for a day rate (i.e. $160 to $240 per day), with no overtime, for several years, your claim may be worth several hundred thousand dollars. Many of my clients have claims that exceed $500,000. One key to a successful claim is your employer needs to be wealthy to afford to pay for a large settlement. If I am provided information about your employers, I can research public records and get a snapshot of your employer’s wealth and evaluate your potential claim. If you are interested in a detailed explanation of claim values, you can visit my website at for an article that calculates a hypothetical claim’s value. 

I know many caregivers are fearful of moving forward with valid claims due to their immigration status, a failure to pay taxes, or fear of the legal system. While all of these are valid concerns, in my opinion, the risks associated with these concerns are minimal versus the potentially lifechanging reward that awaits caregivers with the courage to move forward with claims. So many of my clients had recovered life changing settlements allowing them to retire to their home countries, make a down payment or build a home, help a child with education expenses, or send money to their families. If you would like to review an article that addresses common concerns caregivers have in pursuing an overtime claim, please visit my website at

I understand that the decision to move forward with an overtime claim can be difficult.  Many caregivers I speak with are simply not ready to move forward at this time.  That is okay. Even if our call does not result in your making a claim, I can provide valuable insight into your rights, educate you on the evidence needed to pursue your claim, and help you understand the powerful laws that can protect you from wage theft.

I want to hear from you now.  Please call me at (818) 807-4168, this is my personal cell phone.  I have a passion for helping caregivers and provide confidential and free consultations.


Daniel Chaleff

This article is an attorney advertisement written by Daniel Chaleff, employment law attorney at Chaleff Rehwald Peterson. Our office is located at 5855 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Suite 400, Woodland Hills, California. We accept cases throughout all of Northern and Southern California. Our examples are of a general nature and are not a guarantee regarding the outcome of your individual matter. The law firm focuses on caregiver rights.  Please call us at (818) 807-4168 for a free and confidential consultation. Please visit us at to learn more about caregiver overtime law.  We also offer a 24-hour chat line on our website.