TribunalClaim.com has a dedicated team of specialist no win no fee employment solicitors. We can provide representation to employees throughout the UK. Furthermore, we have employment lawyers who have vast experience in giving expert employment law advice and representing employee rights.
In other words, our solicitors have an in depth knowledge and experience of handling all kinds of problems that arise within the workplace between an employer and employee.
Our Employment Law Solicitors can assist with
Naturally, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible service to the highest standards.
Our employment solicitors deal with a wide range of claims at TribunalClaim.com and as result, we can initially provide free employment law advice on all problems, for example:
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Our Most Frequently Asked Questions
You will need to have to start the claim process, three months less one day from the date of your dismissal, last unlawful deduction of wages or last act of discrimination. Time limits are very strict. It is extremely rare to be able to submit a claim out of time. Our employment solicitors are able to advice on time limits and will be able assist with getting you claim started.
At Tribunal Claim, if we believe you have a strong claim, we will offer to represent you on a no win no fee basis. This means that our fee will be taken as a percentage (35%) of any compensation that we recover for you. Please see our No Win No Fee Policy for more details.
Some people have insurance on their home or car insurance policies which will cover employment. If you do have insurance cover, our employment solicitor fees will be paid by the insurance company and you will receive 100% of any compensation that we are able to recover for you. It is always worth checking your policy as some people are unaware that they are covered.
Yes. The ACAS conciliation service will conciliate with your employer prior to going to tribunal. This is now a legal requirement. However, we advise that you should always seek legal advice from a qualified solicitor, at your earliest convenience. Our employment law experts will be able to give you all the advice that you need and they will also be able to assist with the ACAS process.
Employment claims can take up to 6 to 9 months to complete. However, in some circumstances and with the right employment solicitor, they can settle out of court sooner than this.
In some cases yes. However, many cases settle before they get as far as the court stage.
Our solicitors aim to the basic rights of an employee within the workplace
Funding my case?
In most cases we are able to offer genuine no win no fee advice from specialist employment solicitors.
We are, therefore, able to give you excellent advice on whether you have a potential chance of winning a case, without any cost to you.
If we are able to assist you, we will then provide you with a no win no fee employment solicitor which means you will only pay us in the event that we win your case.
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If you have any queries about your rights as an employee and you want to seek a legal advice you may contact us anytime.
We have a very approachable team of employment solicitors are waiting for your call today. You can call us directly on 0800 756 6605. In addition or alternatively, you can start your claim by filling in this form.
Tribunal Claim will then give you a preliminary assessment of your case, on a free, no-obligation basis.
Provided that we think you have a case that can be taken forward, at that point, our employment law solicitors will then contact you to explain the process for taking your claim to the Tribunal.
Finally, if you would like one of our no win no fee employment lawyers to call you back then please click here >> or simply fill in the form on this page.