Incredible to think, but five years ago we opened the doors at Lincs Law Employment Solicitors. Read on as we reflect on all that has happened since we began the firm.
Posts Tagged ‘compensation’
I have recently finalised a fantastic outcome for my client. She had received a Settlement Agreement from her employer and made an appointment with me to go over the terms. I was instructed to renegotiate the Termination Payment she was being offered and my client received a fantastic increase to her employers’ original offer.
I have recently settled an Employment Tribunal claim for Constructive Unfair Dismissal on behalf of my client.
When deciding whether to start litigation, it is important to get a realistic valuation of how much your claim could be worth. For more information about how the Employment Tribunal value claims and decide compensation, read on.
Does your Solicitor “respond to all questions quickly, provide great advice and resolve all issues?”
This morning I concluded a Settlement Agreement for a client resulting in a 45% increase in compensation, retention of certain benefits, all at no personal cost to my client. I was really pleased to receive a 5 Star Review. Read on for more…
I recently helped a Settlement Agreement client negotiate a significant increase (almost double) to the compensation she received under the terms of a Settlement Agreement offered by her employer. Read on for more….
Just because your employer says you are redundant, it doesn’t necessarily mean your dismissal is fair. If you are facing redundancy in these uncertain times, it is important you protect your position and get expert guidance. Read my post for some essential tips.
I have seen an increase in clients coming to see me in relation to claims for age discrimination. Read my post to learn more about age discrimination and if you have a claim.
I recently assisted a client with a very difficult situation at work where he faced serious gross misconduct allegations. My client absolutely denied any wrongdoing. However, if the misconduct allegations were found proven by his employer, he would have been dismissed without any notice pay. Read on to see how I helped….