Regrettably, in Employment Law, not every workplace dispute can be resolved. Sometimes only the law can help.
If you want to make an Employment Tribunal claim, don’t delay contact us today. We can help. We have decades of experience in bringing Employment Tribunal claims.
In order to make a claim to an Employment Tribunal, there are specific legal requirements including time limits that must be adhered to. That’s why we’re here, to take you through the process and provide clear legal advice and robust representation right the way through to any hearing. Working together to ensure the highest chance of a successful outcome.
We are employment solicitors and specialists in getting the best outcomes we can for our clients and have acted for thousands of client in thousands of of Employment Tribunal cases.
We have extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with a variety of issues and complex disagreements with employers. To discuss how best to proceed, contact our employment lawyers and expert legal team on 01780 757 589, request a call-back or complete our quick online enquiry form.
Tribunal Claim Procedure
We have acted for a wide range of clients from Chief Executives to cleaners and every job in between and our employment lawyers have years of expertise in identifying the merits of a case.
Communicating in a plain, straight forward language, we will give you an expert assessment of your claim’s prospects. We can also provide you with an idea of the likely value of a successful claim. How it all works – we have extensive experience in tribunal claims.
Tribunal claim procedure
Once we have met with you and if you decided to move forward with your claim. We will represent you throughout and guide you through the steps of the Employment Tribunal procedure.
Tribunal Claims normally have the follow steps:
a.Early Conciliation with ACAS tarted and completed within 3 months of incident or dismissal.
b. Claim submitted within 30 days of the date of early conciliation certificate.
c. Employer’s response within 30 days of the claim being accepted by the Employment Tribunal.
d. Most claims then have the following stages:
i. Preparation of schedule of loss.
ii. Disclosure of documents.
iii. Agreement on documents to be used at the hearing.
iv. Preparation of Hearing Bundle of documents.v. Witness statements from relevant witnesses.
vi. Exchange of witness statements.
vii. Preparation of a list of issues, chronology, and cast list.
ix. Remedy Hearing.
e. A claim can take between 26 weeks to 52 weeks to conclude all steps from (a) to (d)
We have extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with a variety of issues and complex disagreements with employers. To discuss how best to proceed, contact our employment solicitors an expert legal team on 01780 757 589, request a call-back or complete our quick online enquiry form.