Redundancy Claims UK is Regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities. The Company's authorisation number is 43670.
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Many company directors do not make a claim or have their claim rejected because they either don’t realise they are entitled to statutory redundancy or they fail to make their claim correctly.
The latter point is particularly relevant as the Redundancy Payments' Service dismisses around 50% of claims due to mistakes, inconsistencies or lack of evidence. This is where Our Team can help you. Our experience means that we ensure your claim is fully prepared and accurate and will be fully considered for the following statutory entitlements:
The claim process can be complicated and requires specialist help to maximise and
successfully complete a claim in conjunction with the Insolvency Practitioner. Take FREE expert advice from Our Team today.
Andrew is a founding director and highly experienced member of the Redundancy Claim team. Andrew works with the company’s retained employment law barrister on a daily basis to oversee and ensure more technical claims are presented to the Redundancy Payments Office in the right way. Andrew has an extensive knowledge of case law and the relevant legislative framework under which applications for redundancy are made.
In his spare time he still attempts to play rugby although he admits whilst the mind is willing age is now catching up with him.
Gary is a founding director and responsible for managing our key referrers and ensuring they are properly trained on the redundancy application process. Gary has unrivalled experience of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and case law along with a solid understanding of the insolvency process. This overall understanding allows him to advise directors independently and without agenda.
In his spare time Gary is a keen ‘philatelist’ and admits that over the years it is becoming an expensive obsession.
Phil is our longest standing Case Manager with many years experience dealing with the Redundancy Payments Office and building cases for directors. At a day to day practical level his understanding of how cases can be constructed and submitted compared to how the Redundancy Payments Office will interpret them is second to none. It is fair to say Phil is a leading authority in his field.
Phil is a keen golfer and when his wife allows him, a very keen poker player. Although he admits himself it’s the taking part and not the winning (mainly due to the lack of it) that’s important.
Gaynor is responsible for managing our key referrers and ensuring they are properly trained on the redundancy application process. Gaynor has unrivalled experience of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and case law along with a solid understanding of the insolvency process. This overall understanding allows her to advise directors independently and without agenda.
Originally from Cheshire, in her spare time Gaynor loves walking and exploring her adoptive county of Lancashire and is also a keen photographer.