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What else you might like to know about Redundancy Claim

If your business is faced with a redundancy claim and direct communication has not achieved a settlement, seeking the help of a legal service provider should be your next step. Here is some basic advice and guidance to inform your choice of legal expert. 

When are redundancy claims likely to occur?

Redundancy claims are usually made when an employee believes they have lost their job without a relevant notice period or have not been paid the sum of money they believe they are owed. These redundancy claims are usually made when an employer is deemed insolvent. 

What is insolvency?

Insolvency is the corporate equivalent to bankruptcy. It applies when a business or company is no longer making an income and therefore no longer able to pay and retain staff. In these cases, businesses will either close or seek to be bought. 

How can a legal service provider help?

If you are unable to pay your costs and staff, a legal service provider will help you to navigate through the insolvency process. They will help to ascertain whether you are required to make a settlement payment to the claimant or fight the claim in court. 

How should I choose a legal expert?

You should choose a legal service provider with proven expertise in this field. You may also wish to base your decision on factors such as the location, cost and size of a firm.


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What pricing structure can I expect?

Legal service providers typically charge businesses on an hourly rate or fixed fee with capped hours basis in redundancy claim cases. 

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