If you feel you have been unfairly treated by your employer and think you may have legal grounds to challenge them, it can be a daunting prospect.
An excellent place to start is the professional and approachable employment law specialists here at Lanyon Bowdler who can talk to you about what your options are.
Our lawyers have a wide range of experience across all areas of employment law, including:
If you are involved in an employment law dispute, you need it to be resolved quickly and efficiently. That is the main aim of our lawyers, who are experienced across all areas of employment law.
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 states “The 'excellent' Lanyon Bowdler provides 'timely', 'concise', 'clear' and 'pragmatic' advice on employment matters. John Merry leads the team and is 'extremely personable' and 'knowledgeable', and 'translates employment law into easily understandable, pragmatic advice'.”
Will Morse is recognised as the head of our Legal 500 ranked Education team. It says "The team 'respond promptly' and 'when research is required they turn it around quickly' and 'think through challenging issues in creative ways'. William Morse 'heads the practice and focuses predominantly on employment matters. He recently advised Severn Bridges Academy Trust on its formation and conversion to a multi academy trust'."
The 2019 edition of Chambers UK recognises this team as having a 'Recognised Practitioner' for the Midlands and ranks department head John Merry in Band 4, stating "John Merry of Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors is experienced in handling major restructurings and employment policy issues. Clients say 'He provides an exceptional service and excellent advice'."
One of our key aims at Lanyon Bowdler is to be as cost-effective as possible, and we offer a variety of pricing options, including fixed fees and service level guarantees, as well as, following an initial chargeable appointment, no win-no fee arrangements, if your claim has sufficient prospects of success and value.
Trade Unions have an obligation to help their members with legal claims, so if you are a union member we would encourage you to speak to them first.
It’s also worth checking your household or motor insurance policies, as well as any premium bank account or credit card, to see if they include insurance for legal expenses. In the vast majority of cases you have the right to appoint a Employment Solicitor of your choosing, so don’t feel obliged to use one of the insurer’s panel solicitors even if they encourage you to do so.
Give us a call or complete our online enquiry form, to see how our solicitors dealing with employment law, can help. We have offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Conwy, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford, so are able to act for clients all over Shropshire, Herefordshire, Mid and North Wales and across the Midlands.
Remember your employer cannot dismiss you fairly for raising a justified complaint or seeking legal advice.
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