In many instances, disputes in the workplace can be resolved amicably. There are occasions, however, when this will not be possible and Employment Tribunals become inevitable.
A claim in the Employment Tribunal can be started by issuing a form ET1 and individuals must issue their claim within the strict three-month time limit and therefore preserve their claim.
Please contact us for advice before issuing Form ET1 at the Employment Tribunal.
Employment Tribunal litigation can often become complicated especially when you are not legally represented i.e. acting as a litigant in person against a legally represented party.
If you have issued a claim, or you are thinking about issuing a claim it is worth considering the value that can be added by instructing legal professionals (i.e. solicitors) to assist you.
Affordable Legal Representation
Whilst many people are discouraged by the perceived expense of instructing solicitors, our flexible pricing options (for example, ‘no win, no fee’ or ‘fixed fee’ funding) mean that representation is more affordable than you think.
We frequently appear in local Employment Tribunals and others throughout the country representing numerous successful clients.
It all starts with a free phone consultation to determine if we can help you in your current situation. Our consults are with an experienced and qualified employment solicitor.
We extend an offer of a complimentary phone discussion with an experienced solicitor to evaluate if our services can be of assistance to you and to propose the most effective plan of action.
There are times when we can operate on a basis where you only pay if we win your case, or you might have the option to use your home or auto insurance to offset our fees (as some policies incorporate ‘Legal Expenses Insurance’ that caters to employment disputes.)
If you can’t avail yourself of these alternatives, we can come to an agreement to proceed with the work at our standard hourly rate or settle on a predetermined charge for the services.
Call us on 0118 914 5622 or complete our “Get In Touch” Contact Form (top right) to arrange a free and confidential call back from a qualified solicitor.