Unfair Dismissal Claims
If you have been dismissed from your job and have over 2 years of continuous employment at the date of dismissal, you may be eligible to make an unfair dismissal claim. This means that if you can prove that your employer’s decision to sack you was so unreasonable that it can be regarded as unfair, you have the potential to receive compensation.
At times, employers fail to follow a fair procedure during the dismissal process, which can greatly influence the decision of a tribunal regarding the fairness of your dismissal. However, as an individual, it may not always be clear to you where they have made mistakes. This is where we step in.
At EMG Solicitors, have extensive experience in quickly identifying potential claims and providing honest advice. We understand that you need clear and straightforward information to make informed decisions about your situation. Our team can guide you through the entire process, starting from advising you during any disciplinary procedures initiated by your employer to helping you draft appeals against decisions in disciplinary or grievance procedures.
How We Can Help
- Identifying potential claims: Our team has the expertise to swiftly identify whether you have a valid claim for unfair dismissal.
- Providing straight-forward advice: We belive in providing honest and direct advice, ensuring that you understand your rights and options.
- Assistance during disciplinary procedures: We can advise and support you during any disciplinary procedures initiated by your employer, ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the process.
- Drafting appeals: If you disagree with the decisions made in disciplinary or grievance procedures, we can help you draft strong appeals to challenge those decisions.
If you believe you have been unfairly dismissed and meet the eligibility requirements, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to provide the guidance and support you need during this challenging time. Contact us today to discuss your situation and explore your options for making an unfair dismissal claim.