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Wage & Hour Laws Super Lawyers in Massachusetts

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    Wage & Hour Laws Law

    Are you working overtime and not getting compensated?

    Have you been misclassified as an independent contractor, as opposed to an employee, thereby being deprived of certain benefits?

    Are you having difficulty getting paid or getting paid regularly?

    Have you worked hours for which you’re not getting paid?

    Find help with Super Lawyers.

    Wage and hour lawyers know the minimum wage and overtime protections within your particular state.

    They also have the expertise to determine whether your claim has legal merit and can advise you on your critical next steps.

    Use Super Lawyers to hire a local wage and hour attorney if you believe: your employee classification is incorrect, you’re not receiving wages in a timely manner, you’re not receiving bonuses, commissions, or overtime pay that you deserve, or you’re not getting required breaks for rest or meals.

    Super Lawyers offers a free, comprehensive directory of accredited wage and hour attorneys who’ve attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement in their field.

    Looking For A Top Attorney In Massachusetts?

    Super Lawyers directory is an index of attorneys who exhibit excellence in the practice of law. You can browse attorney listings covering everything from personal injury to family law to business litigation.

    When you come across individuals who stand out to you, simply explore their profiles. Attorney profiles include biographical information, education and training, and contact information to help you decide which lawyer to hire. We even show you where to find their firm web sites and personal biographies.

    When you have come to a decision, simply use the contact form on the profiles to connect with a Massachusetts attorney for legal advice.

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