Employment Tribunal Solicitor – Leeds – UK Law

Employment Tribunal Leeds Have you been involved in an employment dispute which is giving you cause to consider bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal in Leeds? Then you should make a no obligation call to confidentially discuss your case with the highly qualified and experienced legal professionals at Michael Lewin Solicitors as we could provide you with the accurate and personalised advice that you need to be able to make fully informed decision before taking legal action against your employer.

Regardless of what kind of dispute you have with your employer it is strongly advised that in the first instance you always try to speak with them and resolve the issue internally. If necessary this can be done with mediation such as a union member acting on your behalf. If you are unable to resolve the problem you should not delay in consulting qualified legal experts as there are time limits set in place in which you can take action against your employer. In most employment disputes you have just three months minus one day from the date of the incident or the date of the last incident if the part of a series that is giving you cause to claim in which you could bring your claim to an employment tribunal.

Are you involved in a dispute with your employer and need advice regarding the process of bringing a claim against them to an employment tribunal in Leeds? The extremely dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors could use our extensive experience in successfully handling a diverse range of employment disputes successfully securing compensation for our clients through employment tribunals and by forming compromise agreements to provide you with the advice and guidance that you need to ensure you have the greatest chance of successfully securing the maximum recompense available to you for the losses caused to you by your particular dispute.

Mr R from Braunton recently got in touch with our dedicated employment law team to discuss his complaint for unlawful deduction of wages and find out what options were available to him to recover his pay. Our highly skilled legal advisers were able to provide him with the guidance he needed following a thorough investigation into the details of his case.

Employers do not have the right to make any deductions from an employee’s wages other than statutory deductions such as tax and national insurance without prior written consent from the employee. The only exception to this is recovering overpayment of wages and then there are certain rules that must be followed. An employer cannot recover the value of damaged property or property not returned after an employee’s dismissal from the employee’s wages or former employee’s final wage of their own accord.

To start the process of bringing a claim against your employer to an employment tribunal with expert legal representation from the dedicated employment law team at Michael Lewin Solicitors who could use their wealth of experience in successfully pursuing compensation claims through employment tribunals in Leeds and all over the UK to maximise the compensation that you obtain make a call to our friendly and helpful staff today on: (0844) 844 9866.

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