As a Uber driver in the UK, you can now claim to be classified as a “worker” and receive certain employment rights. The UK Supreme Court dismissed Uber’s appeal and ruled that Uber drivers are entitled to workers’ benefits. Unlike self-employed contractors, workers can enjoy legal protections and benefits, such as the right to receive the National Minimum Wage and Holiday Pay. MWG solicitors are now offering support for Uber drivers who may be eligible for up to £1000s compensation.
How can we help?
MWG Solicitors are representing claimants demanding workers’ rights and fair treatment from their employers. Since 2016, our team of specialist employment solicitors have been helping uber drivers fight for their rights. If you wish to find out out if you are eligible to claim compensation from uber get in touch with us. As our client, we can assess your situation and service length to calculate the compensation you are owed by Uber and make a claim on your behalf.
How much will it cost me?
Our employment law team can act on your case with a no-win-no-fee agreement, which means that you will not have to pay us a penny if your Uber driver claim turns out to be unsuccessful.