New York, NY asked in Contracts and Employment Law for New York

Q: Hello , my employer refuse to pay me over 10000$ in commission

I provided every proof that i wasnt paid for certain jobs , dozens of emails and promises , lately i have been harassed with iron strong evidence that is directly correlated to the fact i asked for my money , is it wise to persue a lawsuit or big employers always win in such cases and it takes years and years to resolve ? And should i win would it be compensation for just the lost wages or more ? , is it better to do a class action since the employer is notorious for pay mistakes or should i go alone ? Any advise of how to proceed is appreciated

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Brian Greben
Brian Greben
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  • Great Neck, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: You're asking excellent questions, but they can't be answered without knowing the specifics of your case. You should contact an employment attorney.

Lisa I. Fried-Grodin
Lisa I. Fried-Grodin
Answered
  • Morristown, NJ
  • Licensed in New York

A: Hire an employment law attorney for a consultation to guide you on the best course of action.

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