No Win, No Fee
Specialist Employment Law Solicitors
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Who We Are

Who We Are

We are a firm of UK based Specialist Employment Law Solicitors acting for a broad range of employees from factory operatives through to senior executives. is the online trading name of Morris Legal (Solicitors) Ltd based in Solihull, West Midlands, a niche firm of Employment Law solicitors conducting employment litigation only, nothing else. We prefer to be a master of one than being a jack of all.

The Next Step

The Next Step

There are two options to choose from if your are looking to start a claim:

Option 1 – Priority No Win No Fee Assessment Form

Please fill in the assessment form below to get the process started.

Option 2 – Callback Request

Please fill in the brief contact form with your telephone number and let us know an appropriate time to call you back.

Our Fees

Our Fees

There are three methods of funding our fee for bringing your claim, they are:

  • No Win No Fee;
  • Hourly Rate or;
  • Legal Expenses Insurance.
  • No Win No Fee 
    Subject to a favourable assessment of the merits and depending upon the value of your claim, we may offer to represent you on a No Win No Fee basis.

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Customer Feedback

Excellent Service Fom Morris Legal

After being treated the way I was at my previous employers, I had no choice but to resign and jump onto the un-employment road. My sister had advised me to take them to court for what they had done. I went in search for a no win – no fee Solicitor as this was the only option I had at the time.

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