If you have been dismissed from work and you are unsure if you have been treated fairly then our experienced lawyers will be able to provide specialist advice tailored to your situation. An employer must have a fair reason to dismiss an employee and must follow a fair procedure. Defects in either of these aspects may render a dismissal unfair and entitle you to compensation.
Additionally, there are a number of circumstances that can make a dismissal automatically unfair, for example following a TUPE transfer, dismissal as part of a discriminatory act or as a result of asserting rights in respect of working time or health and safety breaches. You may consider that your employer has fundamentally breached your contract of employment, perhaps entitling you to resign and make a claim for constructive unfair dismissal.
We can advise you in a cost-effective manner so that you can quickly identify whether or not you have a potential claim.