Keith Webster is a leading barrister in the area of Employment Law
He can give you fast, clear, dependable legal advice on your individual situation and what you can do about it.
Experienced, trusted advice
Keith is a specialist employment lawyer and barrister with long experience in tackling and resolving difficult and controversial employment matters including constructive dismissal.
You have probably heard the term constructive dismissal – the situation starts when your employer does something which breaches your employment contract so seriously that you are entitled in law to treat the contract as having ended because of your employers’ conduct.
Keith will work with you to make sure you get the best advice and outcome in this stressful situation.
Constructive dismissal is a particular kind of Unfair Dismissal. Usually you need two years’ continuous employment before you are entitled to claim unfair dismissal. But there are exceptional circumstances that can override this.
Working for your best interests
Keith gives trusted, expert guidance to help you understand your options clearly. He knows how worrying it is to be in a constructive dismissal situation – he will respond quickly and reassuringly to help you take control and make the best decisions for your future.
If a tribunal finds that you were unfairly dismissed it will compensate you – Keith can advise you how strong your case is and how how much compensation you might be awarded if you win it. You can then make an informed decision whether to take your case to Court.
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Helping you get the results you want
Bringing a case for Constructive Dismissal can be costly both financially and emotionally. Good legal advice is essential particularly if you are thinking of resigning from your job. Keith will guide you step-by-step, advise you on your legal options and help you to achieve the result you want. He can also negotiate with your employer on your behalf or help you to negotiate for yourself. If needed, Keith can represent you at an Employment Tribunal.
What happens next?
Keith will get in touch. He will review any paperwork you have and give you a fixed fee quote to advise you. After that he will give you cost estimates for each stage of your case so you don’t have to worry about costs escalating.
You can decide whether to go ahead with Keith by comparing the quote to what he believes he can achieve for you.
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