STEP 1: UNDERSTANDING THE UBER DRIVERS’ CLAIM

The Drivers’ claim website was set up by Leigh Day to help drivers claim for workers’ rights such as holiday pay, the national minimum wage and protection from Uber deducting money from your wages without proper notification.

 


 

STEP 2: QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CLAIM?

We understand that you may have some questions about the process.

Our dedicated claim website was set-up to help make the whole process easier. We’ve created some helpful resources to break down the key points to understand the Uber drivers claims:

  • You can check out the Further Information section of our website to find out all of the most important facts.
  • Our FAQs answer all the most common questions about the claim and are a great place to get answers quickly.
  • Want to know who we are? Read our About Us

If you can’t find what you want on the website, a member of our team will be happy to talk you through the process. Email uberdriverclaim@leighday.co.uk or call 020 3780 0395

 


 

STEP 3: STARTING YOUR CLAIM

Anyone who is currently driving or has driven for Uber in England, Scotland or Wales within the last 10 weeks is eligible to join the claim.

To start your claim, you simply need to:

  • Provide basic personal and eligibility details; and
  • Agree to the terms and conditions.

You can do so via our secure online form or, you can speak to one of our friendly team members by phone.

The claim is ‘no win, no fee’ meaning if your claim is unsuccessful, you won’t need to pay us. If your claim succeeds, our fee will be a percentage of your compensation.

After we have assessed your eligibility and you have agreed to our ‘no win no fee’ agreement, you will be part of the claim; it is that simple!

 


 

STEP 4: YOUR SOLICITOR STARTS YOUR CLAIM

Once you are part of the claim, we (Leigh Day) get to work. Our legal teams will notify ACAS of your intention to start proceedings and submit your claim to the Employment Tribunal. There will be no need for you to attend the tribunal unless you would like to do so.

An employment claim has several stages to work through so it can take a long time to conclude. We will be claiming for unpaid holiday pay for the entire of your time working with Uber. The amount of compensation owed to you will therefore continue to increase as the claim progresses, as long as you are still working for Uber. We will also be claiming for compensation where Uber has paid you less than the national minimum wage. 

We will, of course, keep you updated on your claim along the way.

 


 

STEP 5: WHAT HAPPENS IF WE WIN OR LOSE?

If your claim brought by us is successful you will receive a sum of compensation, find out more about this in our FAQs section. From that, you’ll need to pay the agreed fee of 25% (plus VAT) for the services we have provided.

If your claim brought by us is unsuccessful, you will not need to pay anything under the terms of our ‘no win no fee’ agreement.

This removes any financial risks and does not leave you out of pocket!

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