What are Your Rights Under the Independent Contractor Law?
Understanding the Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law can be challenging. You may look at the three part test under the law and think it is not possible for anyone to be lawfully classified as a contractor, but look around at your industry and see that it is a common practice.
Or you may be working in a role where you are not receiving the rights and benefits of an employee under our state and federal employment laws, and wondering whether there is anything you can do about it.
In either case, the question is whether your role- or the role of your team members- is one that can or cannot be treated as an independent contractor relationship. The answer very much depends on the facts of your specific situation. But it is also very hard to decide what to do without having some idea of where you stand.
This is why we have created our Solutions Roadmap- a simple way for you to provide some basic information about your situation and your concerns and get some preliminary feedback from our team to help guide your next steps.
This step is 100% confidential and 100% free.
Get Started Now to Understand Your Rights
Here is how it works:
- Fill out and submit the Solutions Roadmap in the link below.
- Within one business day, we will provide a response with preliminary feedback about your matter.
- If you want to after that, we can set you up for a meeting with a member of our team who can explain your options and what the process looks like moving forward. This meeting is also free.
Some other things you should know:
- The reason our response is not immediate is that this is not an automated marketing process, or something driven by AI. A human member of our team will review your answers and provide you with preliminary feedback.
- Though we cannot establish an attorney-client relationship with you based on an online form submission, all information that you provide is still subject to the attorney-client privilege and will never be shared outside of our firm without your permission.
- We will follow up with you to see if you would like to take the next step of scheduling a consultation- this is how we are best able to help people in situations like yours. But if you decide after receiving our preliminary feedback that you do not want to pursue the matter or discuss it further with us, all you have to do is let us know and we can take you off our follow up list.