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Protecting your business – Employment Dispute Insurance

Protect your business against Employment Tribunal Claims with our Employment Dispute Insurance

When an employer faces employment disputes at the workplace and ends up receiving an employment tribunal claim from an employee, the biggest concern for them is the cost involved. As employment tribunal proceedings are costly, it may sway a firm’s ability to defend itself against claims. Consequently, such claims can affect businesses of all sizes. This is why we would suggest you invest in an Employment Dispute Insurance, for the protection of your business from such claims.

Davenport Solicitors offers an Employment Dispute Insurance to cover employers’ legal expenses of defending themselves in tribunal proceedings, which is provided by an external independent insurance company to protect them from tribunal claims. Having this insurance in place will provide you with great confidence and peace of mind, that if you receive a tribunal claim from an employee, the tribunal cost is likely to be covered by the insurance company.

Employment Dispute Insurance for Employers

The Employer Dispute Insurance includes the following:

  • Cover up to £250,000
  • Cover for all legal fees
  • Cover for any awards and/or settlement

Contact our Lawyers in London to provide Employers with information on the Employment Dispute Insurance

To know more about our Employment Dispute Insurance for employers, call us on 020 7903 6888 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also email us at contact@davenportsolicitors.com. We aim to reply within 24 hours.

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