Payment Disputes

By: Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A.  02/11/2016
Keywords: Employment Lawyer, Employment Attorney, Employment Lawyers

If you are an employee who has not been paid the wages you are due, our law firm has the experience to represent you. At the law firm of Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., our employment law attorneys understand both sides of wage and hour disputes. We have extensive legal experience in counseling both companies and their employees. Our lawyers have a deep appreciation for the complex and difficult nature of wage and hour disputes, and we seek to begin a constructive dialog between employers and their employees in seeking a fair resolution. Based in Tampa, Florida, our law firm has grown its reputation for dedicated client service since its founding in 1994. We counsel clients in cases involving unpaid overtime, unpaid wages, unpaid commission, and unpaid salary, including cases involving the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

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