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Our specialist team of employment law solicitors can offer your business advice and assistance with unfair dismissal claims. 

Unfair Dismissal: Employment Law Advice for Employers

As an employer, it is essential that you are aware of unfair dismissal law. The trained solicitors at Percy Hughes & Roberts are experienced in advising businesses throughout the UK on the minutiae of employment law, ensuring they are not exposed to future compensation and Employment Tribunal claims.

To speak to an unfair dismissal solicitor today, or simply to arrange for an initial consultation, call us on freephone 0800 781 3894 or fill out online enquiry form.

Keeping You Advised about Unfair Dismissal Law

Our team of expert solicitors will ensure you and your business' internal documentation are kept fully up to date with advancements and changes in UK legislation, helping you avoid future disputes.

We will also be on hand to answer any queries and provide advice when necessary, for instance, guiding you through the process and advising you whether a case will be deemed fair under the Employment Rights Act 1996.

Defending You in Unfair Dismissal Claims

The best way to defend your business against an unfair dismissal case is to secure legal advice from experienced lawyers regarding your business' procedure.

However, should your company become embroiled in a legal case our experienced solicitors will be on hand to provide sound advice and guidance, doing everything we can to ensure you achieve a favourable result.

 

Contact Percy Hughes & Roberts

To speak to the Percy Hughes & Roberts employment law team today regarding an upcoming unfair dismissal case, or consult with our specialists regarding your business's processes, call us on freephone 0800 781 3894 or fill out online enquiry form.

We can advise you of the most recent legislation changes and have extensive experience representing employers in a range of employment law cases.

We are based in Birkenhead and cover cases across all of the North West, including Wirral, Merseyside & Cheshire. We pride ourselves on offering expert advice that's easy to understand, and we will be with you through every step of the legal process.

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