We are prepared to pursue tribunal claims on a contingency fee agreement arrangement, ("no win no fee"). Employment law is extremely complicated and every case has to be assessed on its own particular merits. A case strong on its merits may not be suitable for a CFA for a number of reasons, for example if the value is very low or the potential opponent has poor financial prospects. Equally, a case with uncertain merit may nevertheless be pursued under a CFA if the potential compensation award is significant.
To enable us to assess a case for the signing of a CFA agreement, we offer an initial appointment to review the case. We make a nominal charge of £25 which will cover an assessment appointment of up to one hour duration. In our experience, reviewing a case with a client and case papers does enable an informed decision to be taken as to whether a case is suitable to take forward under a CFA.