At Keller Lenkner UK, we are helping Tesco store workers make an equal pay claim against the supermarket giant. These Tesco store workers could be owed thousands of pounds each, but what do you need to know about the Tesco equal pay claim?
Keller Lenkner UK has appointed fraud specialist Mark Kenkre who joins the practice to lead its investment fraud and mis-selling group. Joining the firm in
Keller Lenkner UK is delighted to announce the launch of a new investment fraud and mis-selling group. Working with clients who have been impacted by investment scams, frauds, and mis-selling by professional advisors, our new group will help our clients claim compensation where they have suffered loss due to unlawful conduct or negligence.
Keller Lenkner UK cannot advise you on the Uber scheme. However, in our view, Uber is unlikely to offer you what you truly deserve. It is in Uber’s interests to pay the minimum compensation possible, and we do not believe that Uber will calculate what you are owed in a way that reflects the findings of the Supreme Court.
We strongly believe that claiming with us will give you the best outcome possible, and our priority remains to fight for what we believe our clients rightfully deserve.
Despite Uber agreeing to pay its drivers the correct wage from now on, this does not rectify its failure to do so previously. Many current and former Uber drivers could still be left short and due thousands of pounds in unpaid wages and holiday pay.
People who bought affected vehicles were misled about their efficiency and environmental friendliness and have suffered losses as a result. These Mercedes-Benz diesel owners may be entitled to thousands of pounds each.
Keller Lenkner UK is acting on behalf of affected customers in England and Wales. We are holding Mercedes-Benz, Vauxhall, and the Volkswagen Group to account for cheating emissions regulations, harming the environment, and deceiving their customers.
In the UK, vehicles must comply with legal emissions standards. However, the Volkswagen Group (which includes VW, Audi, Skoda, and SEAT) fitted a defeat device into some of its diesel-engine vehicles and tricked the regulation testing system. As a result, many Volkswagen Group vehicles appeared to comply with the required emissions standards when they did not.
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