It is important to get professional advice when a complaint is submitted to the WRC as you may fail to include a vital piece of information or leave it too late to claim.
Hearings are held in private, however complaints may be disposed of by means of written procedure. Parties are free to represent themselves or choose their own representation. A person making a complaint will have an opportunity to fully state their complaint, and present any evidence which will assist their case.
We can help you prepare for the hearing and will represent you on the day and argue on your behalf. If you succeed with a complaint in the WRC an adjudication officer can order compensation of up to €15,000. If you fail, you can appeal the decision to the Circuit Court and you have 42 days to do so.