If your employer went out of business and everyone lost their job, we can help you claim compensation.
Employee legal advice where employer is insolvent
It can be a very distressing time if a business starts to struggle and your employer goes out of business. If you and your colleagues were suddenly dismissed due to your employer going into administration, there is a possibility that you would be able to claim compensation. This is especially true when everyone loses their job.
In a situation like this, our compensation advice experts can help you make a claim to bring some stability back to your life. This can be done as one party and is known as a group claim; both you and your colleagues making a claim together.
In a situation like this, where your employer has gone out of business and everyone has lost their job, our employment law solicitors are on hand to help you with your compensation claim.
It is particularly worthwhile if a group of more than 20 people group together to make the compensation claim. In this type of situation, it’s likely that the consultation procedures won’t have been followed correctly, so there would be a number of different claims that you could bring forward. However, our compensation claim team is happy to assist groups and group claims of any size.
YOU AND ALL YOUR COLLEAGUES MAY BE ABLE TO CLAIM COMPENSATION
It is important to note that, although your claim will be made against the company, the actual compensation pay-out may come from either the administrators or the government, which uses the National Insurance Fund to help employees in your situation.
This means that, even if you are aware that your employer has very little cash or is in a large amount of debt, it would still be worth making your group compensation claim. However, please note, you will need to go to a tribunal in order to claim the payment, so it pays to get expert help with your group claim.
Our team of employment compensation experts are more than happy to help you with this compensation claim process.
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