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Unfair Dismissal advice for Employees

After two years of continuous service, if you have been unfairly dismissed by your employer, you can bring a claim at the employment tribunal for unfair dismissal within three months less one day from the effective date of termination.

Even if you have not worked for two years, you may still be able to seek recourse at the tribunal, as not all claims require 2 years length of service.

As this is a complex area of employment law, it is vital to seek help from unfair dismissal solicitors as soon as you are dismissed to guide you and help you reach a favourable outcome.

How our Unfair Dismissal Solicitors can help you

Our unfair dismissal solicitors at Davenport Solicitors have a breadth of experience in handling numerous unfair dismissal cases.

If you instruct us for advice and assistance we can:

  • Advise you on whether you have a claim for unfair dismissal
  • Negotiate a settlement with your employer
  • Help you make a claim to an employment tribunal
  • Represent you in tribunal proceedings

If you believe that your dismissal has been unfair, we will discuss the situation with you, review any documents or correspondence that you have and advise you on the merits of bringing a claim against your employer.

With us on your side, you can stand up for your rights, protect your interests and achieve an outcome you desire. Contact us here.

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