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No Win No Fee Solicitors

Welcome to a trading name of Tom Street & Co specialist no win no fee solicitors.

We specialise in Dispute Resolution and Employment Law and represent the majority of our clients on a no win no fee basis.  By offering our specialist no win no fee service we hope to offer our clients access to justice in circumstances where they may, otherwise, not have been able to bring their claims.

If you would like a solicitor to assess whether or not you have a claim and to let you know whether or not they can assist you on a no win no fee basis, please feel free to contact us on either of our numbers (0800 014 8727 or 07808 864607) or completing an online enquiry.

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We believe in providing information for our clients to assess whether or not they have a case.

If you feel as though you may have a case feel free to browse our growing online library of legal articles.  If you don’t find what you need, please feel free to contact us via the above number or by making an online enquiry and a solicitor will assess the strength of your case.

We are solicitors based in Frome, Somerset and are able to offer legal advice and representation to clients throughout the UK in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland and in all major cities including London, Manchester, Cardiff, Exeter, Birmingham, York, Liverpool and Bristol.

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Latest employment

A local fight against the employment rights of agency workers

28th Jan 2015

Basic employment rights are being denied to workers through the ruthless exploitation of agency workers. Minimum wage, holiday pay and the Agency Workers Regulations have been ignored as a result of poor legislation and inadequate policing. This bad conduct... Read more »

Latest case news

Indirect Discrimination – Little v Richmond Pharmacology

3rd Dec 2013

The recent case of Little v Richmond Pharmacology confirms that indirect discrimination can, in certain circumstances, be ''cured'' by an internal appeal process. The Facts Ms Little requested to return to work  flexibly after maternity leave, when her request was refused,... Read more »

Latest civil litigation

Case Study: The Court’s Ability to Strike Out a Statement of Case Under CPR 3.4

22nd Oct 2013

We were recently asked to defend a vexatious application to strike out our client’s statement of case under CPR 3.4. The circumstances in which the application was to strike out our statement of case was made was as follows: We had been... Read more »

Latest news

Hounga v Allen: Illegal worker allowed to pursue a claim on discrimination grounds

29th Jan 2015

In July 2014, the supreme court ruled that victims of human trafficking are entitled to claim for  compensation to recover damages, even if their entry into the UK is illegal. The supreme court overturned a judgement made by the... Read more »

Latest video

Gross Misconduct – Burchell Test / Range of Reasonable Responses

23rd Jun 2013 Tom talks about gross misconduct and the Burchell Test / Range...

Tom talks about gross misconduct and the Burchell Test / Range of Reasonable Responses.
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Latest video

Vince Cable set to announce new ‘settlement agreement’ legislation

23rd Jun 2013 Tom Street talks about Vince Cable announcing new legislation on settlement...

Tom Street talks about Vince Cable announcing new legislation on settlement agreements.
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Fathers to Share Parental Leave

2nd Dec 2013

The government has published the final details of its proposals to allow fathers to share parental leave and statutory pay.  From April 2015, once a new mother has taken her compulsory two-weeks off to recover from the birth of... Read more »

What people say

Do I Have A Case Testimonial, testimonials.Anthony Dawson, Midlands "I would like to thank Tom Street for handling the litigation proceedings of my redundancy appeal during 2009/10. Tom was successful in negotiating a satisfactory out of court settlement with the respondent, hence saving a lot of stress for me and my family. He took an honest and professional approach when outlining any possible outcome, including the negative aspect of maybe being unsuccessful. I would happily recommend his services to anyone in a similar situation as mine, because it was extremely comforting to have this type of support during a time of economical difficulty when faced with loss of earnings." View more »