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If you believe you have been unfairly dismissed from your place of employment and would like legal advice to find out your rights, Ramsdens Solicitors can help you. Our legal experts have successfully made unfair dismissal claims on behalf of clients for many years, and are well placed to fight your corner.
Our award-winning lawyers are here to help if your employer has ignored rules and procedures by dismissing you, and we will assist you to bring your case to an employment tribunal, where you may be entitled to compensation.
Speak to our unfair dismissal solicitors today by calling 01484 821 500 for an informal and confidential conversation about your circumstances. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you at a time that is convenient for you.
Employment law is complex. However, if you believe that you have been dismissed from your job unfairly for any reason, an employment solicitor will help you to decide whether or not you are entitled to take your case to court.
We have dealt with unfair dismissal claims involving:
- Pregnancy and maternity
- Sexual orientation
The list above is not exhaustive and if you feel you have been unfairly dismissed, our experienced employment law solicitors can help you.
Our solicitors have many years’ experience in handling a wide variety of employment law cases. This means we have the expertise required to handle your case in a practical and effective manner.
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All employees who have been with a company for over two years can be protected from unfair dismissal. In these cases, an employer must be able to prove that the main reason for a dismissal is due to the following:
If your employer is unable to prove any of the above, you may be able to claim for unfair dismissal.
If you win your case, the Tribunal will make a basic award calculated in the following way:
The only restriction to this amount is that it is only possible to claim for a maximum of 20 years’ service, and the maximum pay for which you can claim is £538 gross per week.
You may also be entitled to claim a compensatory award, which can vary depending on your circumstances. An experienced employment law solicitor will be able to help you consider your next steps.