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Who we are

Fair Work Claims is a team of Australian workplace lawyers and industrial advocates who are passionate about supporting workers, contractors and employers through litigation, mediation, and advocacy.

We specialise in a wide range of industrial relations issues, including:

  • unfair dismissal
  • unlawful dismissal
  • sexual harassment
  • discrimination
  • wage theft
  • performance management
  • workplace investigations

We represent workers and employers in various courts, commissions and tribunals, including the Fair Work Commission, the Industrial Relations Commission, the Human Rights Commission, the Federal Court and the Federal Circuit Court.

Our approach:  We are here to support you

Make no mistake, when we take on your case, we support you 100 percent. 

We will fight for you until we achieve the outcome that you are looking for.  Our goal is to take the pressure off you, and advise you of your best options moving forward.

Whether you are fighting or defending a claim of unfair or unlawful dismissal, or discrimination, or sexual harassment or wage theft, rest assured you are not alone, because we are on your side.

When you become our client, we represent you, and can take over negotiations with your employer or employee, and can advocate on your behalf in any relevant court, commission or tribunal.

We are experts in resolving disputes, negotiating compensation payouts, and winning legal matters.

Our fees

Fair Work Claims operates on a low-cost model, and have a range of payment options available depending on your circumstances.

For a free consultation, and to discuss your options, please call our specialist team today on 1300 853 837 or click here to register for a quick call back.


Fair Work Claims is an Australian business consultancy firm and part of the Supportah Network.

We are a private consultancy and advocacy firm with no affiliation to any government agency, commission or tribunal.

 

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