Hannah v. H.A.D, Inc.

What is this case about?

On March 14, 2015, Jeremy Hannah started this lawsuit against H.A.D., Inc. on behalf of himself and other non-exempt employees (e.g., drillers, rig-hands, tool pushers, derrickhands, floorhands etc.) who were paid on a day-rate basis and who were denied overtime pay. The lawsuit claims that Mr. Hannah and other H.A.D., Inc. non-exempt employees were improperly denied overtime compensation. This lawsuit also seeks liquidated damages in an amount equal to the alleged unpaid wages, including overtime, and attorneys' fees and costs.

H.A.D., Inc. denies Mr. Hannah's allegations and asserts that it properly paid its employees consistent with its requirements under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The Court has not yet decided who will win the lawsuit.

How do I get involved?

You may join this lawsuit if you were a non-exempt employee (e.g., driller, rig-hand, tool pusher, derrickhand, floorhand etc.) and were paid on a day rate basis and not paid an additional amount for overtime work. If so, you can join this action by downloading a "Consent to Join Form" and returning it to Plaintiff's counsel in one of three ways:

  • By mail at Nilges Draher LLC, 4580 Stephen Circle, N.W., Suite 201, Canton, Ohio 44718
  • By email in a PDF document to [email protected]
  • By fax to ATTN: Hans A. Nilges at 330-754-1430.