If you’d like to make a claim against your employer, and would like representation in the Employment Tribunal, we can support you.
You can’t make an Employment Tribunal claim without going through ‘early conciliation’ first. This is when an organisation called ACAS tries to help you reach an agreement with your employer. You must complete early conciliation by a specific deadline, which is normally 3 months less 1 day from the date of the incident you’d like to main a claim about, or the date of termination of your employment.
We can engage in negotiations to settle your claim through ACAS, or we can support you through the full Employment Tribunal process.
Our employment solicitors can assist you through the whole process of making an Employment Tribunal claim, from drafting and submitting the claim to representing you at a final hearing, including dealing with case management directions.
Verisona Law has previously secured large amounts of compensation for employees. Our experienced employment lawyers can support and represent clients in Employment Tribunal claims, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the Court of Appeal.
We offer expert guidance from the outset, ensuring that proper consideration is given to matters that will affect the outcome of your case.
These matters could be:
To make the process as seamless as possible, we can request funding from your insurance if you have legal expenses insurance as part of your home and contents insurance policy. If not, we work with you to find the most cost effective way to pursue your complaint.
To find out more about how we can support you through bringing an Employment Tribunal Claim, get in contact today on 02392 98 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue is Head of Employment & Southern Region. Praised for her combination of common sense and expert knowledge, she offers advice to commercial clients on all employment matters and has also handled complex cases for individual employees.
From defending claims for damages and allegations of breached restrictive covenants or franchise agreements, to helping a multi-national organisation achieve the favourable resolution of a claim from its former CEO, Sue has successfully represented clients in the civil courts and at employment tribunal.
Sue enjoys sharing her legal and HR knowledge with organisations in the fast-moving world of sport, particularly football. As an experienced member of Verisona Law’s Football and Sports Law team, Sue understands the issues that are specific to the industry and deals with the many legal elements involved in employment contracts for non-playing staff at a very senior level. She regularly gives advice and support to individuals in contractual negotiations and disputes with Clubs in the Premiership, Championship and lower divisions. She also provides employment and HR advice to Clubs.
Sue is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association, and is a specialist trained ADR workplace mediator.
Sue is recommended in the Legal 500 2019.
“Sue was easy to deal with and offered all options available. Jane was in contact beforehand to tell me what information was needed and also Sue was prepared for our meeting. I cannot praise Sue and Jane enough and would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Sue and her team.”
Mr B, February 2018
“I can thoroughly recommend Sue Ball who has provided me with very clear professional advice on a contractual settlement I needed assistance on. The advice was delivered in a very warm & friendly manner & I would have no hesitation in using her services in future.”
Jane works as a Team Assistant to both the Corporate & Commercial and Employment teams. Jane provides day to day support transcribing documents and being the first point of contact for clients.
Jane started work as an Office Junior in Dyer Burdett, which later joined forces with Grey Purdue to become Verisona Law in 2008.
In her spare time Jane enjoys socialising with friends and family and spending time with her French Bulldog, Ernie.