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If you already have an offer from your employer or an actual settlement agreement document, then we guarantee to offer you a free consultation. This involves calling you at an agreed time and spending around 15 minutes on the phone with you going through your case, review the deal with you, and provide guidance for how you can increase the amount if appropriate. Just complete our contact form here.
The reason that this service is free is that we are confident that you will choose us to eventually sign off the agreement when you’re happy with the deal, and this service will be paid for by your employer.
If you don’t have an offer already, then we will still give you a free consultation so long as you have a decent chance of getting an offer – just fill in as much detail as possible on our contact form here and we will call you if at all possible.
For us to review the document with you and sign it off costs nothing to you, as we invoice the employer directly. Your employer will pay for this therefore it is free to you. Again, complete our contact form to initiate this process.
Help yourself to our selection of legal letter templates, including grievance letters, without prejudice letters, ET1 tribunal claims, and settlement agreement templates. Click here for the templates page.
We can draft a bespoke legal letter for you, send it to your employer, and help you with any follow-up negotiation points. Such letters can be adapted from formal grievance letters, to resignation letters, and then employment tribunal claims too if necessary. We would normally also draft a ‘without prejudice’ letter too, setting out how much money you would accept in settlement and why. Each case is different, but options include fixed fees, hourly rates, or percentages. Sometimes there can be a modest up front fee plus a small percentage of any increase obtained.
We can assist you with negotiating with your employer, either by guiding your hand, or by actually conducting the negotiation on your behalf. Each case is different, but options include fixed fees, hourly rates, or percentages. Sometimes there can be a modest up front fee plus a small percentage of any increase obtained.
Its necessary to understand the details before setting a fee structure, as tribunal cases vary so much.
Please feel free to get in touch by clicking here to request your free initial consultation, including an assessment of your case value, and fielding any potential fees-related queries.