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August 08, 2012


Arizona criminal lawyer

keep the posts coming, i enjoy keeping up with your blog!

California personal injury lawyers

thank you for the great posts, keep it up!


So if I worked as a contractor, and when hired I was given a particular job description, but as time passed was given a completely different set of responsibilities without revising the contract, would this be unlawful? I feel that I was taken advantage of and not properly compensated or recognized for my duties.

I also believe that they are in the wrong because as an independent contractor I am supposed to provide any tools needed to complete the job, but the employer provides each and every tool and then some, would I be considered an employee under law? I'm not sure how to word this stuff in legal jargon, but any help would be appreciated.

Bacon Wilson Law

Dear, KWC, thanks for your comment; however, we cannot respond to individual legal inquiries here. Please contact attorney, Kevin Maltby at 413.781.0560 or for assistance.

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