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If you are seeking unfair dismissal claim advice, the law firm of Glovers Solicitors LLP have experienced unfair dismissal solicitors / lawyers. Glovers Solicitors LLP provide specialist advice on unfair dismissal compensation.

Unfair Dismissal Claim Lawyers

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Glovers Solicitors LLP
115 Park Street, London W1K 7DY

020 7629 5121

020 7491 0930


An unfair dismissal lawyer can help you with specialist advice from any city or town in the country. This gives potential clients flexibility and more choice, enabling them to compare services and relevant experience before appointing a firm. If you are seeking a solicitor, you are therefore advised to contact a number of employment law firms throughout the country with experience in unfair dismissal law, before appointing legal counsel.

If you want to pursue or defend a dismissal claim, experienced dismissal lawyers can provide comprehensive and prompt reply to all your questions, offering specialist practical dismissal advice not only for employees but also for employers. For employees seeking to pursue dismissal claims, lawyers can provide comprehensive, flexible and robust legal action plans to help launch your claim. If you are an employer seeking to defend claims brought against you, a dismissal lawyer can help protect your interests and pursue your objectives appropriately.

Unfair dismissal occurs when an employee is deemed to have been unfairly dismissed. It can also arise if a worker believes the procedure followed in his or her dismissal was wrong and not in line with correct employment practices. Employment law requires that employers must have genuine reasons for sacking employees. Therefore, if you are an employee and an employer summarily informs you that they no longer require your services without any stated reason, you have a right to seek legal counsel and make a claim for unfair dismissal compensation.

It is incumbent upon an employer when dismissing a worker to prove beyond reasonable doubt that they followed the right procedural channels. In addition, it is also a necessary duty of the employer to prove that they took all necessary steps, in line with employment law, to ensure that the employee was made aware of all company codes of conduct, regulations and rules. Where employers usually have a case for dismissing employees broadly fall into four main areas. The first is where the standard of work or commitment to work is poor. The second is poor work attendance and lateness. The third is inability to get on with colleagues and bosses; and the fourth is redundancy. Naturally, theft, violent or abusive conduct are instances for which an employer can rightfully dismiss an employee.

Wrongful Dismissal Law

Not to be confused with unfair dismissals, wrongful dismissal occurs where there is a breach of contract law. This occurs where, in the process of dismissing a worker, an employer fails to fulfil their obligations as stipulated in the employee's contract. For example if your employer fail to provide you with sufficient notice of dismissal as defined in your employment contract, then they will be in breach of contract. Under wrongful dismissal law, the employer will then be liable to you, for damages. Wrongful dismissal lawyers such as Glovers Solicitors LLP can provide specialist advice for both employees as well as employers. A wrongful dismissal lawyer can assist you from anywhere in the country and it is advisable to contact several employment law firms on the matter in order to assess services and relevant experience handling wrongful dismissal law cases.

Examples of areas where dismissals can be deemed as unfair

  • Pregnancy and maternity
  • Gender discrimination
  • Racial discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Sexual orientation
  • Disability discrimination
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