Norman McDermott Employment Law

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Monday to Thursday 9am-9pm
Friday to Sunday 9am-5pm 

01642 956978/ 07876 747515

About Norman McDermott Employment Law 

Norman provides specialist employment law advice and representation. Appointments are at the client’s home, and are available during and also outside of normal working hours including Saturdays and Sundays. 

Who we help

The service is open to anyone who has an Employment Law issue whether you are an employee or an employer.

How you access our service


A face-to-face service is available at the clients home via appointment only.

The opening times for this service are Monday to Thursday 9am - 9pm, and Friday to Sunday 9am-5pm.


Advice is not provided over the telephone


Advice is not provided by email 

Other Services We Provide

Norman McDermott Employment Law does not offer any other services. 

Charges for our service

Free initial appointment /advice. The cost thereafter varies if it is agreed that Norman McDermott will take conduct of your case. A No Win No Fee arrangement is also available. 

Quality Marks and Accreditations

No quality marks or accreditations for this business

Access To Interpreters

There is no access to interpreters or British Sign Language

Disabled Access

Norman McDermott can visit you in your own home

Home Visiting Service

Norman McDermott can visit you in your own home

Organisational Information

Private business 

Who we are regulated by

Norman McDermott is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities. His registration is recorded can be found here

Complaints Procedure

If you wish to complain about this service you can contact the Claims Management Regulation Unit

57 – 60 High Street
Staffordshire DE14 1JS

Telephone: 0333 200 0110 (Lines are open Monday to Friday 9:00 – 17:00)

Help on complaints can be found here

What Services do we offer?

Information - The agency can provide basic factual details to help you with your problem by providing information through leaflets, fact sheets or by signposting you.

Advice - The agency will look at your problem in more detail and diagnose the problem, explore your options and provide you with guidance on a particular course of action. The information given will be tailored to your particular circumstances.

Advocacy - The agency will provide you with support and encouragement or represent your views, needs or rights eg make telephone calls on your behalf with you present.

Representation - The agency will take on your case and act on your behalf. This can include representing you at tribunal or court.

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