Unfair Dismissal Lawyers Scotland

If you’ve been unfairly dismissed, you need the best legal representation possible. That’s where SGT Law Firm comes in. With years of experience in employment law, we’ll make sure you get the justice you deserve.

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What is Unfair Dismissal Lawyers Scotland?

Unfair dismissal lawyers Scotland are experts in employment law. If you have been unfairly dismissed from your job, they can help you to get the compensation that you deserve. We will work with you to build a case against your former employer and will fight for your rights in court.

If you have been dismissed from your job for no reason, or if you have been treated unfairly by your employer, then you need to speak to an unfair dismissal lawyer as soon as possible. We will be able to advise you on your best course of action and will help you to get the compensation that you deserve.

Under what circumstances will a dismissal be unfair?

If your employer does not have a good reason for dismissing you, and they have not followed a fair process, then your dismissal may be unfair. For example, if you are dismissed because of your race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or religion/belief, this will be direct discrimination and automatically unfair. If you are dismissed because you are pregnant or on maternity leave, this will also be automatically unfair.

Other examples of unfair dismissal include; If you are dismissed because you have made a complaint about discrimination or other wrongdoing in your workplace; and If you are dismissed because you have refused to do something illegal.

Are you eligible to file an unfair dismissal claim?

If you believe that your job was wrongfully terminated, then you can bring a claim for unfair dismissal. You will have to demonstrate that you were an employee of the company and that there weren’t justifiable grounds for your termination. If you are successful in claiming compensation, then you might be awarded reinstatement or both.

You may be able to make a claim if you have been dismissed and your dismissal was unfair. In some cases, you may also be able to claim if you have been forced to resign because of your working conditions. SGT Law Firm can help you determine if you have a case.

Why should I file an unfair dismissal claim?

An unfair dismissal claim can provide you with financial compensation and may also reinstate you to your previous position. There are a number of grounds on which you can make an unfair dismissal claim. You may have been dismissed because of your race, sex, religion, age, or disability. You may also have been dismissed in an unreasonable manner, for example, if you were given no warning or explanation for your dismissal.

If you were recently fired and think the termination was unjust, you might have a claim for unfair dismissal. Unfair dismissal claims can get complicated, so it is crucial to seek legal counsel right away. Individuals may have wrongful termination if their employer does not give a clear cause for firing them, uses an unfair performance review process, or treats the employee in question differently than others. An employment tribunal may award you compensation—including job reinstatement or loss of earnings reimbursement—if your claim for unfair dismissal is successful.

What makes a dismissal “unfair”?

If you have been dismissed from your job, it is important to know whether or not the dismissal was fair. In order to determine whether a dismissal is fair, the courts will look at a number of factors, including the following:

  • The reason for dismissal
  • The length of service of the employee
  • Whether the employee was given a chance to respond to the allegations against them
  • Whether the employee was offered any alternatives to dismissal

If you believe that your dismissal was unfair, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. At SGT Law Firm, we have years of experience in helping employees to fight unfair dismissals. We understand the complex laws surrounding this area and can provide you with the best possible advice and representation.

Automatic unfair dismissal is defined as follows…

An automatic unfair dismissal is a dismissal that takes place without any form of notice or payment in lieu of notice being given to the employee. Furthermore, the employee does not have to have been employed for a minimum period of time in order to be eligible to claim this type of dismissal.

The most common examples of automatic unfair dismissals are those that are related to trade union membership or activity, pregnancy, maternity leave, race, sex, or disability. If you have been dismissed from your job and believe that it was an automatic unfair dismissal, then you should contact a solicitor as soon as possible. SGT Law Firm can provide you with expert legal advice and representation if you believe that you have been the victim of automatic unfair dismissal.

How constructive dismissal works?

When an employer makes a fundamental change to your contract without consulting you, this is known as constructive dismissal. If you feel that you have no choice but to leave your job because of this change, then you may have grounds for a claim of constructive dismissal.

At SGT Law Firm, our experienced team of unfair dismissal lawyers can help you to assess whether you have a claim and, if so, guide you through the process of bringing a claim against your employer.

Contact SGT Law Firm Right Away!

Are you looking for expert legal advice and representation for an unfair dismissal claim in Scotland? Then contact SGT Law Firm today – we’re here to help!

We have a team of experienced and qualified lawyers who can advise you on your legal rights and help you through the process of making a claim. We’ll work hard to get the best possible outcome for you, and we’re always on hand to answer any questions you may have. Don’t leave yourself at a disadvantage – contact SGT Law Firm today and let us help you get the justice you deserve.

Meet The Team

Our directors have 76 years of combined experience in legal services, we will ensure that your case runs smoothly, guaranteeing you are provided with regular updates, and knowing where you stand at all times.

Stephanie Whale – Managing Director

Duncan McWilliam – Director