Truck Drivers and Logistics Workers:

If you work as a driver or laborer for a Third-Party Logistics (3PL) company in Massachusetts, and are not happy with the way you’ve been treated, please call us now. Sometimes, 3PL, logistics, distribution, and trucking companies in Massachusetts are misclassifying their workers as “independent contractors,” even though in the eyes of the MA Wage Act, you are an employee.

You May be Entitled to three times your damages:

  • Are you required to rent your own Ryder truck to perform the work?
  • Are you paid per trip, per load, or per assignment?
  • Do you work over forty (40) hours each week, but are not paid extra for overtime?
  • Do you work long hours?
  • Were you an “owner-operator”?
  • Do you receive a 1099 from your employer?
  • Do you have to maintain the truck or pay for repairs?
  • Do you have to pay for lodging, meals, or other expenses?
  • Do you pay a “helper” out of your own pocket?
  • Is your pay docked, reduced, or are deductions made if loads are not received at a certain time?

If you worked in warehousing, distribution, cross-docking, courier services, long haul & LTL shipments, for a 3PL, storage, crating, delivery, paper recycling, shipping, handling, freight, mail fulfillment, or transportation company – please call 508-922-8328.

Restaurant Workers:

If you work at a restaurant or bar in Massachusetts, are an undocumented worker, illegal immigrant, and are not happy with the way your employer has treated you – call us now. Restaurants often pay undocumented workers in Massachusetts in cash, and are misclassifying their workers as “independent contractors,” even though in the eyes of the MA Wage Act, you are an employee. Your immigration status is completely irrelevant; if you are an employee, and not exempt for some reason, you are entitled to overtime pay for every hour you work over 40 hours each week.

You May be Entitled to three times your damages:

  • Are you an undocumented worker, an illegal immigrant, working in Massachusetts?
  • Do you work over forty (40) hours each week, but are not paid extra for overtime?
  • Do you work long hours?
  • Do you receive a 1099 from your employer?
  • Does your employer not take taxes our of your pay, or are you paid “under-the-table”?
  • Are tips added to each check, but you don’t get your share?
  • Are you required to pool or share tips with management? With the company? With other non-servers?