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DemandLetter.Legal Helps Ex-CEO Recover $45K in Unpaid Wages

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West Palm Beach, FL, September 04, 2018 --(PR.com)-- www.DemandLetter.Legal helped a mistreated executive recover $45,000 in overdue wages by having one of its licensed attorneys write a strongly worded demand letter to the former employer demanding immediate payment of the late wages. Upon receiving the letter and realizing the serious intent of the former employee, the company quickly agreed to make full payment of the amount owed.

Labor law issues such as employers refusing to pay wages and wrongful termination can occur with companies of all sizes and with positions even as high as the CEO. The traditional process of engaging a law firm to recover the wages and damages is expensive and time consuming, something not ideal for recently fired employees who are owed substantial sums of money.

"This is a big win for workers and shows that if armed with the right information and legal tools, employees can't be easily pushed around," a DemandLetter.Legal spokesperson commented. "Employers should be put on notice that this type of behavior will not be tolerated."

DemandLetter.Legal was founded as a flat-rate legal demand letter service, sending strongly worded demand letters from licensed attorneys for a low, all-inclusive and transparent fee. They have since expanded to offer reasonably priced, "pay as you go" services such as assistance with negotiations, contract/release review, and escrow payments to help clients resolve disputes faster and at costs significantly lower than what traditional law firms typically charge. These services helped the client in this case to ensure that payment would be made promptly and that no further negative actions would be taken by the former employer.

About DemandLetter.Legal

DemandLetter.Legal is the pioneer of the "pay per letter" legal demand letter service model and helps clients across the US to resolve disputes with affordable and compelling legal demand letters and related services sent from licensed attorneys.

Contact Information:
DemandLetter.Legal
Jake Barnett
(866) 543-6491
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https://demandletter.legal

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