What makes a claim worth it? Compensation might not be your deciding factor but it should still be strongly considered. This article explains how compesnation is calculated for employment claims.
Easy to follow do's and don'ts when bringing a claim yourself.
As well as being one of the most popular questions it is also one of the most difficult to answer, right alongside, ‘how long will my claim take?’ the cost of your claim can depends on many different aspects, such as what kind of representation you use, or whether or not you use legal representation at all or bring a claim yourself. However, the main aspect that will affect the cost of your claim is how you choose to fund it.
Every clinical negligence case is made up of three distinct elements. These elements have to be met and satisfied before you do anything else. Before you value your claim, before you consider issuing at Court, before you even send the Letter of Claim, you must be confident that your claim will meet these three elements.
Constructive dismissal is when you’re forced to leave your job against your will because of your employer’s conduct. Bringing a claim for constructive dismissal is no small feat and careful consideration should go into the decision. This article explores three questions you should ask yourself before persuing a claim for constructive dismissal.