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Do You Have A Wage Law Case?

You work hard to earn your paycheck, which can make wage and hour violations all the more frustrating. If you believe that you are the victim of a wage violation, holding your employer accountable for their actions can feel impossible on your own. But these strict liability cases are generally easy to prove with the help of a lawyer.

At Summer Law, attorney David B. Summer provides his clients with the guidance they need throughout the challenges of their wage and hour disputes. He takes the time to identify the unique factors in his clients’ cases before developing a custom-tailored strategy to help them pursue the ideal outcome in their case. His work in this area is aided by his background in tax law matters.

Reliable Guidance Through You Can Trust

It can be easy for employers to violate your wage rights without even knowing it. Although it is common for a company’s payroll staff to accidentally commit a violation, these cases are often very clear-cut on whether or not your employer owes you money. Common examples of these violations include:

  • Paying under minimum wage
  • Reducing pay for already-worked hours
  • Forcing employees to work off-the-clock
  • Misclassifying workers
  • Stealing tips
  • Wrongly deducting income from paychecks

Mr. Summer can also help you earn the money you deserve after termination by communicating to your former employer the clear guidelines in Massachusetts law regarding such situations. He will also work closely with you to provide you with the information you need about your unique situation as he acts on your behalf to resolve your claim swiftly.

Get The Money You Deserve

If your employer failed to pay you $1 in wages, they now owe you $3 plus legal fees. If you are ready to schedule your initial consultation at the Boston office of Summer Law, call 617-695-0050 or email the office here to take the first step in holding your employer accountable for their actions.