Non-exempt, hourly service technician challenges Camping World's Failure to Pay Overtime Wages

Non-exempt, hourly service technician challenges Camping World’s Failure to Pay Overtime Wages

Overtime Attorneys file Collective Action Lawsuit against Camping World (aka FreedomRoads, LLC and Sirvilla RV Centers, LLC for failure to pay service technicians overtime wages.

On October 17, 2017, the law firms of Coffman Legal, LLC and Bryant Legal, LLC filed a Collective Action Complaint against Defendants FreedomRoads, LLC and Sirvilla RV Centers, LLC dba Camping World (collectively “Camping World”) on behalf of a Camping World service technician and Camping World’s other similarly situated employees for Camping World’s failure to pay overtime wages. The collective action was filed to redress Camping World’s alleged failure to pay overtime wages the service technicians are entitled to under the FLSA.

The lawsuit brought by a former non-exempt Camping World service technician was brought on behalf of all Camping World hourly service technicians who worked over 40 hours in a workweek. The former Camping World service technician alleges that he and other similarly situated employees: (1) were not paid one and one-half times their regular rate of pay (“overtime”) for hours worked over 40 in a workweek; (2) were not paid for all hours worked; and (3) were required to “volunteer” but did not receive overtime for the volunteer hours worked over 40 in a workweek.

The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division (Columbus) and is titled Piner v. FreedomRoads, LLC, et al, Case No. 2:17-cv-00902.

Additional information about the collective action against Camping World may be found by contacting our office by calling 1-614-949-1181 or emailing If you have any questions about whether you are properly receiving overtime or whether you are being properly compensated for all of the compensable hours you work at the proper rate of pay, then contact our office today for a FREE consultation. If we prove a violation of the FLSA, you may be entitled to unpaid overtime wages for up to the past three years, an additional amount equal to the unpaid overtime, attorney’s fees and costs.

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