Serving Clients Nationwide
The employment lawyers at Bernard Chill & Axtell Solicitors in Southampton are feared by employers and renowned for their results:
- For a relatively small team, we have secured high-profile settlements against some of the biggest law firms in the country.
- In 2013, we won against the largest employment law practice in the U.K. In that case, our work was described by the judge as "extraordinary" and a victory "stunning."
- In the past 18 months, we have obtained more than £1 million compensation for employment law clients.
- In April 2013, we secured seven years' salary for a client who had been the victim of discrimination.
- In two years, we have lost just two employment cases.
We stand ready to fight for the compensation our clients deserve. Cases we handle include:
- Whistleblower claims
- Compromise agreements
- Unfair dismissal
- Constructive dismissal
- Wrongful dismissal
Whistleblowing - National Employment Lawyers
Paul Grant directs the team and is a frequent media contributor on all aspects of employment law, including whistleblower claims. A former operations director for a multinational group, Paul brings a unique perspective to the cases he handles. His ability to quickly adopt the mind-set of employers when engaged in a case - irrespective of how large the business is - means he can anticipate opponents' tactics, placing clients at a distinct advantage in negotiations and in employment tribunal hearings.
Our whistleblower lawyers who service clients throughout Hampshire and the rest of the U.K. never forget that they are representing clients who have been victimised - who sometimes have been brave enough to stand up and speak out to bring employers to account but have been made to suffer as a result.
You can contact our employment law solicitors online or on 0808 250 7260. We offer a heavily discounted first appointment with a specialist advisor, and if you wish us to act for you, we have a range of funding options available. In some cases, we can act under a conditional fee arrangement, sometimes known as 'no-win, no-fee'.