We can assist you in bringing an Employment Tribunal claim against your current or former employer. We can also provide representation and guide you through the process.
Our professional team has the experience to support you through this complex process and answer your questions every step of the way. We have a reputation for getting our clients the compensation they worked so hard for and legally deserve.
We recommend you ring us for an initial short telephone consultation so that we can hear your side of the story. If, during that conversation, we determine that you have merits for a successful case, we will advise you of our costs to give you legal advice or costs to act on your behalf. To help with these legal costs, we offer flexible payment plans to suit your budget. Note: if you have home insurance, it is worth looking closely at your policy as it may include employment legal expenses coverage.
Whether you want to start a Tribunal claim, or if you have a claim already in process, we can help you with the following:
Explain the Employment Tribunal process and uncover what claims you may be able to make
Advise on any time limits and how long the claim process is likely to take
Advise you on the likely costs, potential settlement value and your chances of winning the claim
Try and settle your claim directly with your employer, potentially avoiding unnecessary claim costs and time
Represent you at the Employment Tribunal hearing
Strict time limits apply for bringing any claims against your employer in the Employment Tribunal, so it is important to contact us straight away.
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