Truth Legal are employment law solicitors and specialists in workplace law, offering expert advice and representation.
Many people spend more time at work than they do with their family and friends: it is an important part of life. So when there are problems at work, the impact on the rest of your life can be enormous. Problems at work can play on your mind and affect the times when you’re not there. Getting fired can be one of life’s most harrowing experiences. Not only can it be upsetting and humiliating, but it can put you in a situation where you find it impossible to meet your monthly bills. At Truth Legal, we specialise in stopping you from being fired, and in finding a way for you to part ways with the employer to suit you both.
We can offer confidential employment law advice for businesses and employment law advice for individuals.
Time limits can be very short in employment law so you should take advice as soon as possible. At Truth Legal we have specialist employment solicitors waiting to talk to you to make a no-obligation assessment of your situation. We can advise you on many aspects of employment law.
We can also help if you have been fired from your job and you don’t know what to do next – read our essential ‘Help I’ve Been Fired – 14 Things You Should Do Next’ blog post.
If you are having difficulties in the workplace and you need expert employment advice, call us on 01423 788 538 or click here to contact us.
Need In Depth Employment Law Advice?
We offer 2 hours advice on employment law matters for an initial consultation fee of just £280 (incl. vat).
You can book a consultation here:
Book a consultation about an individual employment law matter
Book a consultation about business employment law
Your consultation will be handled by our employment law experts, Navya Shekhar, Yvonne Atherton, Mirek Ksiezarek and Katherine Swinn. Every client will receive a document outlining what was said and advised in the consultation.
Following the consultation, we offer most employment cases as “no win no fee” agreements.
Please note, we do not charge for settlement agreement consultations – please contact us directly if you have a settlement agreement enquiry.