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  1. quick one for you guys. ive had a read over some advice on here - my inlaws got a £60 parking ticket at a airport hotel in glasgow. sent by post. Then upped to £150 Now a letter from debt recovery plus LTD. Vehicle was in the car park for ( and i'm not giving the exact time) but less than 30 minutes. they never left the car. After speaking with a few mates, i told them to ignore the whole thing, as they all told me nothing would happen in scotland..... Is that in fact correct, Or incorrect. If incorrect, can someone will point me in the right direction......... Thanks once again!
  2. let me re-phrase. what should i look for IN a lawyer/legal firm.....
  3. looking to make a medium sized personal injury claim after an injury last year - which is still affecting me on a daily basis. no idea what to look for in a lawyer/PI claims firm. Specalist ? It was a fallen object on a construction site FWIW. should i check my home insurance for personal injury claim cover, or will that result in higher premiums with no real benefit ? Look forward to pointers ;-)
  4. Judgment Respondents shall pay the claimant the sum of xxxx being the holiday pay due to the claimant from xxx to xxxx. Employment judge xxx had indicated in a previous judgement that this was the only outstanding claim the claimant could make( there was a claim brought forward for unfair diss which was dismissed based on worker status.) Last wording. In the circumstances the tribunal award the sum of xxxx being holiday pay due to the claimant. No mention of further claims etc, no compromise agreement.
  5. Thanks for that link, clears up the 3 month issue. R.E res judicata, is there any specific wording in the ET judgement I should be looking for to clarify. I'm not 100% on res judicata, but my understanding is that it means a claim has been brought forward, and has been resolved in. A court, so hence can no be brought forward again. Kind of bloke double jeopardy?
  6. The sender has no financial intrest in the items. FWIW it was paperwork that I had initially sent to them for verificiation, which they verified ( thus giving it the value) and sent it back to me ( and it went missing) I have no written contract with them. Bazza - If the postman has directly caused the loss of this paperwork, Surely i have the basis of a claim from RM.
  7. long story short. My employer sent me arond £1k of "work" using signed for royal mail service. After a week, i hadn't received it. Phoned employer, they sent me link to tracking site, where it was clear the item had been signed for. Not by me. No neighbours signed for it. A week AFTER this my wife found a royal mail slip behind the door saying " item in blue bin" Obv there was nothing in the blue bin. So where do i stand. RM say its only insured for £50. employer has now washed their hands of it, and ME ! I'm not pointing a finger here, BUT i have had signed for items delivered to my address before without me ever having signed for them....
  8. to be 100% sure, I'm not sure WHY the et claim is limited to 3 months. I shall need to investigate this closely. I once again thank you all for your ongoing input.
  9. They did not use any representation at et, and looking at their productions, I doubt they took advice either. I'll await payment from the et. if they fail to pay in the 40 days then small clsims is a certainty. Other than that I guess it's risk vs reward on the remaining..... if it is classed as already settled, then the other side could counter claim right?
  10. The judge, at the prehearing, gave me worker status, and in her judgement, restricted the claim to the last 3 months of employment. this was not a claim for unfair deductions, it was a claim initially related to unfair dismissal, but failed on the worker status( hence the holiday pay being a second prize) They have not paid the judgment amount as yet, they have another 10ish days. My original ET1 did claim for all the holiday entitlement, but surely that doesn't have any effect on a small claim after the event ? Thanks for your input guys.
  11. sorry, outstanding pay (I meant outstanding holiday pay) the et limit claims from those with worker status to 3 months. my actual full entitlement was 9 months. I claimed 3 at et, leaving me 6 months out of pocket. add on 8 weeks ssp after an accident at work, and the value of replacement items.... and suddenly its a fairly decent sum. What are the time limits for claiming in a court?
  12. So, after my ET hearing, I was awarded worker status, hence I was also awarded 3 months of holiday pay. Awaiting payment, but well within the 40 days. Does this worker status, and subsequent rights, give clear passage to a small claim for the remaining holiday entitlement(6 months) and possibly ssp. I can't seem to find decent information regarding timescales etc for such a claim. The employer also has a number of items belonging to me value around £500. Repeatedly asked for these to be returned, and offered to pay for a courier. My last ET paperwork contained a clear reminder about the subject. I presume I can bring this to a claim at the same time, as I have given plenty of time and scope for their return. Not sure how I would prove their existence though....
  13. Also - can i lodge a data protection request AT the ET hearing ? Or am i pushing my luck ?
  14. Yeah, my SOL ( which forms the vast majority of my paperwork bundle) includes both calculations, but justifiys the gross payment with a copy of my income tax statement. Surely the award should reflect my ACTUAL loss ? This is going to be a quick ET hearing. Essentially the only thing i'm now entitled to is holiday pay.......Which is a shame, as the respondents statements are FILLED with lies from the word go....Lies which they themselves have proven to be ( 2 statements from them, which vastly contradict each other!) Any way, thanks for your help !
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