Delayed Wages at D.L.C. Pizza Cause Them Law Suit

D.L.C Pizza Inc. thought they could get away with a few delays but after firing an employee, D.L.C. now faces a lawsuit with regards to employment. 

Former employee Rachel A. Lawson filed a lawsuit as her final salar was not given on time. Under the West Virginia Wage Payment and Collection Act, wages  after termination should be paid within 72 hours and if this was not met, the former employee has the right to collect the wage with interest. 

Lawson was employed in the pizza joint from March 8 to March 15 and according to her, wages due are three times in value for the liquidated damages. Compensations are demanded. 

The representative for Lawson is George B. Morrone III from Morrone Law and handled by Circuit Judge David M. Pancake at Cabell Circuit Court. 



Posted by Diane Araga, on June 11, 2013 at 10:00 AM