At Morton Fraser we have highlighted clarity as our guiding principle.
This directs the way we communicate, the way we advise, the way we conduct relationships with our clients and the way we are totally transparent and upfront about our charges. This applies to all our services from the straightforward to the more complex.
If you've been forced to resign because of the conduct of your employer then you may be able to claim constructive dismissal.
If you believe that your dismissal is unfair then our specialist team of employment lawyers based in Edinburgh and Glasgow can help. Even if you haven't been dismissed you may feel that the writing is on the wall, in which case the sooner you come to see us, the more options you're likely to have.
We'll discuss your situation with you and provide clear advice as to whether your dismissal is open to challenge and, if so, how much compensation you should expect to receive. We'll also advise you on the best way for you to get this compensation whether by way of a negotiated settlement or by raising an Employment Tribunal claim.
Our approach to fees
As well as providing clear advice we guarantee that we will be transparent on costs.
We understand the importance of providing fee clarity and value for money. In most cases we can meet with you and provide you with an assessment of your situation, including our view as to your options and making a recommendation, for a fixed fee of £325 plus VAT. We're also able to carry out Employment Tribunal work on a fixed fee basis.
Why choose Morton Fraser
Our employment lawyers have a huge amount of experience of advising on unfair dismissal claims and representing employees before Employment Tribunals. This means that we can advise you on how best to resolve the situation and maximise any compensation that is due to you as quickly and cost effectively as possible.
We have more Law Society of Scotland accredited employment law specialists than any other team in Scotland. The Team is rated by both Chambers and Legal 500 as one of the best in Scotland.