We don’t do conveyancing, family law isn’t our thing and if you’ve just been arrested it’s also likely you’ll need to speak to another law firm.
As an employee, you have rights and obligations, and so does your employer. When these are breached to your detriment, such as unfair dismissal or discrimination, Stonehewer Moss Solicitors can advise you on what can be done to right that wrong.
If you simply want advice on your legal position – your rights and obligations as an employee under a written contract, as a consultant, or with no contract at all - we can help.
We will analyse your legal position in full and report on the options available to you, pointing out the benefits, risks and liabilities. This will enable you to make the right decision about your next step.
If your case becomes contentious, we can negotiate in highly emotive situations, enabling us to achieve the best results when agreeing terms of settlement with your employer.
Should you need to take you employer to the Employment Tribunal or Court, we have experience of Tribunals and Courts at all levels. Our skill in such matters will enable us to fight your cause, protect your interests and obtain the compensation or result you deserve.
Remember – we offer our service on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Termination of employment, carried out without going through an agreed company procedure, could be unfair dismissal. There are several ways in which dismissal can be ‘unfair’ or ‘constructive’ – we can help and advise you.
Discrimination means treating some people unfairly and differently to others. It isn't always unlawful. Our team can help clarify your situation and advise you.
If you are pregnant, you cannot be fairly dismissed for any reason connected with your pregnancy. In a stressful situation, we can make a real difference.
Both you and your employers can be in breach of a contract of employment - so it's important to know what it means and what you should do if it occurs.
Sometimes it is necessary for employers to make staff redundant. This is a form of dismissal from your job, caused perhaps by your employer needing to reduce the workforce. At a difficult time we can help you.
Employment Tribunals deal with legal disputes relating to your employment. They are less formal than other courts, but you give evidence under oath or affirmation. We have lots of experience to guide you through the process.
Your employer has a responsibility to protect you in the workplace and tell you about health and safety issues that affect you. We’re on your side.
Employees and workers are protected from employers making unauthorised deductions from their pay. Get the correct advice to protect your earnings.