We are a specialist niche firm of Employment Law solicitors conducting employment litigation only based in Solihull, West Midlands, We offer expert employment tribunal representation to claimants residing across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
|Address||Minerva Mill, Station Road|
|Phone Number||0800 612 9509|
Perfect and professional from start to finish. Made an incredibly stressful situation much much easier to deal with. Honest and realistic and managed my expectations throughout the whole process. Always only a phone call or email away if I had any questions. If anyone is unfortunate enough to find themselves in a situation where they are in need of an employment law solicitor, Dean Morris is your man!
I cannot thank Dean enough for the help he gave after I was dismissed unfairly by a huge company. My own union wouldn’t help but Dean took my case on and on a no win no fee basis and secured a settlement for me. I honestly can’t thank him enough and I would highly recommend anyone with a problem to contact him. He gave a first rate service
I was unfairly dismissed from my place of work, so decided to make a claim and was recommended to contact these solicitors. Dean was very responsive and any queries or questions I had were dealt with quickly! Everything was straight forward and he was patient with me providing all information and getting extra stuff to him. All paper work was double checked and everything was relayed back to me for confirmation. Very happy with the result overall, thank you very much.
From Our Website
Constructive Dismissal is a situation in which the employer commits a fundamental breach of contract, entitling and/or forcing the employee to resign as a response to their employer's conduct. The employee becomes entitled to being seen as "dismissed", with the employer's conduct oftentimes considered to be a "repudiatory breach". This is in contrast to an unfair dismissal which is a situation in which you have been sacked in a way deemed unlawful. A fundamental breach of either an explicit term in the contract or the implied term of "trust and confidence" between both parties must occur - proving that the employer has acted unreasonably is not enough.
Subject to a favourable assessment of the merits and depending upon the value of your claim, we may offer to represent you on a No Win No Fee basis. Our usual fee for representing in this way is usually calculated as a maximum of 35% (including VAT) of any damages they recover for you either by way of a negotiated settlement of your claim or after a Tribunal hearing plus payment of any disbursements incurred on your behalf (usually limited to travel costs). If you are happy to proceed on this basis, we will send you a No Win No Fee agreement together with a full explanation of how this method of funding works.
Employment law can be a complicated area of law to fully understand. To help you decide if you have a valid claim, we have produced a free reference guide that gives a brief overview of the most common areas.