Being dismissed unfairly from your job is an immensely difficult situation. There are still bills to pay and you're faced with the task of securing new employment as soon as possible.
Our team is on hand to help you. We will provide you with an assessment on the prospects and value of your claim and advise on the best course of action for you. We achieve successful outcomes for our clients in settlement negotiations.
Where settlements can't be reached, we have an excellent track record in advising and representing employees in claims in the employment tribunal. We will guide you through the process, fighting your corner and supporting you every step of the way.
Our aim is to achieve the best outcome in your individual case, negotiating through ACAS to achieve a settlement or representing you in the tribunal hearing, where a resolution can't be reached.
Funding: We have a number of funding options available and will always work with you to ensure you achieve a cost-effective resolution.
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Key things to know about IR35
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