Class Action and Consumer Wage Attorney Massachusetts
Managing a Class Action Lawsuit and Receiving Adequate Wages
Are you an employee wondering if you have a claim against your employer regarding your wages? Perhaps even a class action lawsuit kind of claim? If so, look no further. Give us a call or send us an email about what is going on and why you think you may have a claim. Its as simple as that. We handle both consumer and employment, wage and hour claims.
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How Our Law Firm Can Help Many Clients
Our law firm can help clients who would like to file a class-action lawsuit, and when the clients contact our business, the experienced lawyers could provide a free consultation, answer multiple questions, examine the case and describe the legal process. If a business does not provide the minimum wage, the attorneys may manage a lawsuit that will help the employees to receive the lost wages. Once an employee works overtime, the business should also provide a higher wage, yet when a company offers an insufficient wage, the lawyers can examine the actions of the business, the working hours, and the wages. Subsequently, the attorneys could file a lawsuit that will allow the employees to receive adequate compensation.
Evaluating the Evidence
The lawyers will gather many documents that describe the wages, the schedule of each employee, the company’s policies, and the local statutes. If a company did not provide the minimum wage, the employees may file a class-action lawsuit, and the business might offer a settlement that will compensate the employees. When the lawyers help clients in Boston, Massachusetts, the attorneys can gather many types of evidence, and the lawyers may examine the wages, overtime pay, and employment contracts.
Helping Employees Who Received Inadequate Wages
Some companies may find loopholes that could allow the companies to provide lower wages, yet these loopholes might violate multiple statutes. If a business provided insufficient wages, the attorneys can examine the loopholes, the requirements of the employers, and the wages. The lawyers may also evaluate local regulations that could eliminate these loopholes, and subsequently, the clients could file a lawsuit.
Examining the Statements of Witnesses
Once the attorneys gather evidence, the lawyers may contact other employees who worked for the same company. Subsequently, the witnesses can provide detailed statements that could corroborate the other evidence. When the attorney prepares for a trial, the lawyer can present these statements, and usually, the witnesses may influence multiple jurors, increase the trustworthiness of the plaintiffs and affect the opinion of the judge.
Receiving Overtime Pay
In Massachusetts, multiple statutes regulate overtime pay, and these statutes can protect the workers, the employers, and the accountants. If a business does not provide overtime pay, the company may violate several statutes, and a regulatory organization might fine the business. Moreover, the employees could file a lawsuit that will help the workers to obtain overtime pay. When the lawyers examine the case, the attorneys could evaluate detailed reports that describe each worker’s schedule, the local laws, the duration of each shift, and the hourly wage.
Describing the Fair Labor Standards Act
Since the 1930s, the Fair Labor Standards Act has protected many workers, provided a minimum wage, and regulated overtime pay. The statute requires employers to offer fair wages, and the statute also improved working conditions, reduced the duration of the workweek, and increased the rights of many employees. If an employer violates the statute, the employees may file a lawsuit, and the workers might receive substantial compensation. Once a client contacts our law firm, the attorneys can describe the statute, the local regulations, and the requirements of employers.
Sometimes, an employer might unknowingly violate the statute, and subsequently, the employer should compensate the workers. The experienced lawyers could examine the claims of the employees, determine the value of a settlement, provide legal advice and manage the case.
Managing a Class Action Lawsuit
While the attorneys manage a class action lawsuit in Boston, Massachusetts, the clients can submit an online application that will allow the clients to join the lawsuit. The employees could also provide multiple documents, and the employees may offer additional evidence that will help the lawyers to manage the case. The law firm could frequently provide updates, describe the progress of the case, and obtain new evidence. Eventually, the employees may receive a substantial settlement.
Presenting the Evidence
Once the attorneys provide the evidence, the defendant may offer a large settlement, and the lawyers could examine the value of the settlement, examine the needs of the clients, or request a larger settlement. If the defendant does not provide a settlement, the lawyers can prepare for a trial. The experienced attorneys could gather the evidence, examine the statements of witnesses, create detailed presentations and determine the value of the wages. During the trial, the attorneys will present the evidence, and usually, the evidence will influence the judge, the jurors and the legal observers.
Providing a Free Consultation
If you have any questions about our services, you can browse our website, evaluate our blog, examine our legal services and read the excellent testimonials. You could also submit the contact form that is situated on our website. Alternatively, you may call 508-935-8111, and the experienced attorneys can offer a free consultation, review your case, gather the evidence and provide multiple recommendations.