Unfair and wrongful dismissal

Have you been dismissed by your employer? Have they given you notice that you’re being sacked?

If so, it’s possible that they might have acted unfairly. After all, they’re required by law to follow accepted processes – and if not, your dismissal may be automatically unfair. You can call on our specialists for help and advice.

You may have been wrongfully dismissed if your employer has dismissed you without giving you the correct notice period.

Or if you’ve been forced you to resign by your employer’s conduct or actions, you may have been constructively dismissed. If you haven’t resigned yet, you should contact us immediately for advice. If you don’t leave your job immediately, your employer may be able to argue that you’ve accepted their conduct by not resigning straightaway.

Whatever your circumstances, we can provide clear and specialised advice. You can have an initial meeting for a one-off fixed fee, and any fees after that will be completely transparent.

Andrew King, Director

Head of our employment law services and local squash champion.

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