Unfair Dismissal Claims
The expert knowledge of trained specialist solicitors will be essential if you are hoping to make an unfair dismissal claim. The team of employment law solicitors at Percy Hughes & Roberts is an expert in advising employees during this complicated and stressful process.
For more information about claiming compensation, or simply to arrange for an initial consultation with a solicitor, freephone 0800 781 3894 or fill out an online enquiry form.
What Constitutes Unfair Dismissal?
If you are unsure of whether you have been fairly or unfairly dismissed, our experienced solicitors will be happy to provide legal advice tailored to your situation.
Every member of staff who has worked for an employer for two years has the right not to be unfairly dismissed. All companies must act reasonably in letting go of an worker and must follow proper fair procedures. Failure to do so means a dismissal is unfair and means an employee could be entitled to compensation.
If you were fired for any of the following reasons, this may constitute automatic unfair dismissal:
- Unfair redundancy selection
- Dismissal relating to business transfer
- Dismissal relating to pregnancy or maternity rights
- Dismissal as a result of working time, e.g. taking the breaks you are entitled toDismissal in connection with health & safety issues
There are a number of other reasons which qualify as automatic unfair dismissal. Contact the team of employment law solicitors at Percy Hughes & Roberts to discuss the full range and any potential unfair dismissal compensation claims.
Can I Make a Claim?
If it can be demonstrated to the Employment Tribunal that you have been unfairly dismissed by a former employer then you may be able to claim compensation to reimburse you for loss of earnings.
The team of specialist solicitors for employees at Percy Hughes & Roberts are happy to discuss all the details of your case during a confidential initial consultation.
Contact Percy Hughes & Roberts
Our employment law solicitors can advise you of the most recent legislation changes and have extensive experience representing both employers and employees in a range of cases.
To contact Sarah Simcott our Head of Employment, simply call us on 0800 781 3894, or fill out an online enquiry form to arrange for us to get in touch at a time that's suitable for you.