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If you are looking for employment no win no fee solicitors, the law firm of Pattinson & Brewer Solicitors are experienced in offering specialised legal representation. Based in Great James Street in the heart of London, their experienced employment lawyers prepare claims for clients, helping secure compensation as settlement for personal injuries suffered in accidents in the workplace. They also prepare claims for infringement of employment rights such as breach of contract and unfair disissals.

Employment No Win No Fee Solicitors

Law Firm:
Pattinson & Brewer Solicitors
Address:
30 Great James Street, London WC1N 3HA

Telephone:
020 7469 6160

Hotline:
0800 988 0777

Fax:
020 7400 5101

Email:

Subject to the value of your case and a positive assessment of its merits, employment law solicitors can offer professional legal representation on a no win no fee basis. In the event of a win, an employment solicitor can charge a 'success fee' which can range up to 40% of the secured settlement sum.

In the UK, no win no fee employment solicitors can represent clients from anywhere in the UK and it is advisable to contact several employment lawyers to compare services and determine what percentage of the settlement is charged as fees in the event of a win. Expect an employment no win no fee lawyer to present you with a comprehensive and robust legal action plan to use as a basis for launching your claim.

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NO WIN NO FEE EMPLOYMENT LAW SOLICITORS:


> Absence from work
> Age Discrimination
> Compromise agreements
> Employment Contracts
> Flexible Working
> Gender Discrimination
> Harassment
> Health & Safety
> Maternity Leave
> National Minimum Wage
> Parental Leave
> Pay and Benefits
> Racial Discrimination
> Recruitment Law
> Religious Discrimination
> Restrictive Covenants
> Sexual Orientation
> Sick Pay and Entitlements
> Time off and Holidays
> Training Fee Recovery
> Unfair Dismissal
> Variation of Contract
> Work Permits
> Working Hours
> Working Time Directives