All civil cases have time constraints. For violations of the Massachusetts Wage Act, you can only go back 3 years from the date we file your case in court. If you are no longer employed by the employer that violated the Wage Act and worked there for at least three years, you lose a potential day of unpaid wages for each day that you wait to file your case. 

The bottom line is that waiting typically never makes a lawsuit better and this holds true of claims for unpaid wages.  Don't wait to call our office at 508.998.0800 to have your case evaluated.