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Have you been discharged from your employment without receiving the full wages that are owed to you? If so, even if you have been paid late or partially, you are likely eligible for substantial compensation. The Massachusetts Wage Act requires employers to pay three-times the wages they owe their former employees, as well as cover attorney fees and other legal costs. In addition to your base salary or hourly rate, this legislation applies to paid time off (PTO), overtime, vacation time and commissions. If you need a Wage Act lawyer in Massachusetts, look no further than Tempus Fugit Law.
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Massachusetts Wage Act Experts
No matter what your specific need for a Wage Act lawyer in Massachusetts may be, you can count on our team at Tempus Fugit Law to deliver favorable results in a timely manner. We’re able to help workers secure the funds that they have earned as well as helping business owners prevent and navigate Wage Act complaints. We consult directly with you to familiarize ourselves with the details of your case. How your payment was structured, the consistency of policy enforcement and other nuances can be of particular significance in court and mediation rooms. For business owners, we can help avoid such discrepancies with clearly drafted and carefully implemented commission plans, PTO policies, severance agreements and more.
Our status as the go-to Wage Act lawyer in Massachusetts is built, in part, on positive client feedback. Pei Z. expresses his satisfaction in our services, “I am happy with their employment law service and would highly recommend them. Gil and his team are not just incredibly professional, knowledgeable, but also care about you as a person. They are responsive and patient, addressed my concerns and explained everything along the way. I will definitely go back to them if I need a lawyer in the future.”
Robert M. shares his point of view as a business owner, “I highly recommend Tempus Fugit Law to other small business owners out there that need help in regard to employment-related guidance. Gil is extremely knowledgeable about the law and requirements of business owners in MA and was able to provide me with the proper guidance and support to make the best decision for my organization. I can’t say enough about Gil and Tempus Fugit Law.”
Accessible and Affordable
At Tempus Fugit Law, we make justice accessible to all by offering a variety of ways to meet with your Wage Act lawyer in Massachusetts and flexible payment options. You can work with your lawyer by phone or video conference from anywhere you choose. In-person meetings are held at our Boston and Duxbury offices as well. In many instances, we can eliminate our clients’ up-front out-of-pocket expenses by providing our services on a contingency basis. Even if you are on the receiving end of legal action or require preemptive counseling, we can structure your fees in a way that makes sense for you and your finances.
To get started working with a Wage Act lawyer in Massachusetts, call us at (617) 752-2371, email email@example.com or contact us here on our website to request a complimentary legal consultation.
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