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No Win No Fee Employment Solicitors

Advice for both employees and employers on employment
solicitors' diverse services

Whether you are an employee or represent a company, no win no fee employment solicitors can advise you on your rights and obligations and guide you through the complex web of employment related law. Employment law is complex, constantly evolving and consequently is prone to changes from time to time.

If you are an employee, a no win no fee employment solicitor can advise you on how the law and any recent changes effects your rights. Employment solicitors are also well placed for securing damages on your behalf for infringement of your employment rights. Services for employees include advice on bullying, discrimination, harassment, unfair dismissal and victimisation among others.

If you are an employer representing a company or group of companies, to avoid employment law disputes, employment lawyers can update you with the law to help you fully understand your legal obligations regarding your employees and health and safety practices in the work place.

Under a no win no fee basis (Conditional Fee Agreement), solicitors can represent you without charging you a fee if you lose the case. To compensate against this risk, if you win, no win no fee employment solicitors are obliged to charge a 'success fee', calculated as a percentage of damages they recover on your behalf. Success fees can vary significantly between different law firms. Significantly, employment lawyers can assist you from any city in the country. This gives employees seeking damages greater choice and freedom to compare services before selecting a law firm to represent them. Start by consulting lawyers both locally and nationally for them to make initial assessment of your case. Compare services and success fees of those willing to assist you on a no win no fee basis. Make sure you fully understand their terms, fees and all other potential costs such as disbursements.

Some Areas of Employment Law:

  • Absenteeism
  • Accidents in the Work Place
  • Bullying
  • Compromise Agreements
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • Contracts of Employment
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Employment Tribunals
  • Flexible Working
  • Harassment
  • Health & Safety
  • National Minimum Wage
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Redundancy
  • Religious Beliefs Discrimination
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Sexual Discrimination
  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination
  • Sick Pay
  • Taking Time off for Dependents
  • Transfer of Undertakings
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • Variation of Contract
  • Victimisation
  • Whistleblowing
  • Womens' Maternity Rights
  • Work Permits
  • Working Time Directives
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