About Uber Claims

Uber has lost it's final appeal to the Supreme Court over drivers employment rights claim. The Court ruling applies to ALL Uber drivers. 

The Supreme Court judgment will affect Uber drivers income, employment rights, employment status, tax status and any compensation entitlements. 

Please see FAQs section for implications of the court decision. 

We represent Uber drivers compensation claims on a ‘No Win - No Fee’ basis.

​Please use the compensation estimator to see how much you could be entitled to claim per year. The amount of compensation you may be entitled to depends upon how many hours you work and how long you have worked for Uber.

To make your compensation claim, please see Register Claim section. Radio Advert - Advert

Employment Rights

Whilst Uber Drivers are and continue to remain self-employed for tax purposes, worker employment status  would give drivers two basis employment rights:

  • Right to take holiday leave and be paid for it 

  • ​​Right not to receive less than minimum wage after expenses

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Registered office address:  761 Wilmslow Road Didsbury Manchester M20 6RN. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under number 627023. 

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