Employment Tribunal in Birmingham
Are you seeking legal professionals who are experts in employment law following a dispute with your employer in Birmingham? Then look no further than the highly qualified and experienced employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could offer you accurate and personalised advice and guidance over a no obligation call along with expert legal representation you choose to take advantage of full range of legal services to ensure that you have the greatest chance of successfully securing the maximum compensation award available to you in your particular case in Birmingham or anywhere else in the UK.
Ms P from Birmingham recently consulted the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors to discuss her redundancy complaint and find out if she could bring a claim against her employer to pursue compensation for her loss of earnings. Our professionals thoroughly explored all aspects of Ms P’s case to establish if she did indeed have grounds to bring a claim against her employer and to ensure that we offered her the best possible advice for her particular situation.
There are certain situations in which a redundancy could be unfair. Redundancy could be unfair if the employer does not follow proper legal procedures for carrying it out for example if a large group of more than 20 people are being made redundant once the employer is legally required to engage in a collective consultation and failed to do this would make the redundancies of these individuals automatically unfair.
Are you involved in an employment dispute and seeking legal professionals who are highly qualified in all aspects of employment law to represent you in bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal in Birmingham? Then you need to consult the highly skilled legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we have extensive experience in successfully handling and negotiating claims for the innocent parties in employment dispute and we could use this to help you secure the full recompense that you justly deserve.
A redundancy could also be unfair if the position is filled by another person following your dismissal as this would mean that the job role was not actually redundant after all. This would most likely mean that another reason was actually behind your dismissal and the redundancy could have been used as a pretext for a reason that was actually unfair. This could be due to:
? Prejudice and/or discrimination against protected characteristic such as age sex or race.
? An employer personally disliking an employee.
? Pregnancy and maternity.
? Enforcing your statutory rights.
If you feel that your dismissal was unfair it is vital you do not delay in seeking expert legal advice as there is a three month time limit in which you must bring your claim in an employment tribunal.
To start the process of bringing a claim against your employer with highly skilled legal professionals who are experts in handling cases involving employment law make a call to the extremely understanding and knowledgeable staff at Michael Lewin Solicitors today whether you are in Birmingham or elsewhere in the UK on: (0844) 844 9866.