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Here are some common questions about Masson Law Firm P.A.

Attorney Marie Elsa Masson is a qualified attorney serving Central Florida and specializing in Worker’s Compensation, Labor and Employment, Social Security Disability, and Wills, Trust, and Estates. See answers to the following 20 frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to the legal representation provided by Attorney Masson:


It is, unfortunately, common for physicians and insurance companies to fail to give appropriate consideration to a worker suffering from an on-the-job injury. Attorney Masson fights for workers, to get the help they need and the outcome they deserve in a workers’ comp case.

Yes, Attorney Marie Masson provides representation for injured workers as well as for employers and insurance companies in an injured worker case. Her expertise applies to all parties that may be involved in a workers’ comp case. She has experience in mediations, trials, and appeals as well as a proven reputation in putting alternative dispute resolution to good use.

The entertainment, food and beverage, equine sports, retail, construction, hospitality, health care, and telecommunications industries are among those Attorney Masson has experience with, in addition to representing Fortune 500 companies.

There are many different injuries Attorney Masson has dealt with in providing legal representation in workers’ comp cases. To name a few, they include: Fibromyalgia, repetitive motion injuries, construction accidents, severe spinal injuries, and catastrophic injuries resulting from workplace accidents.

Attorney Masson has over 20 years of legal experience providing representation in labor and employment, employee rights, and all related issues.

Any issue related to labor and employment that may arise in Central Florida can be handled by Attorney Masson, including EEOC charges, employment discrimination, unemployment, HIPAA compliance, employee rights, unpaid wages, and many more.
In Florida, employers have a legal right to terminate employees that have “at-will” status at any time for any reason.
Yes. Sometimes workers are misclassified as exempt employees or independent contractors. As a result, they are denied overtime compensation they are entitled to. Attorney Masson can assist with recovery of lost wages and help with related issues, such as wage theft, final paycheck retention, minimum wage violations, and more.

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