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Uber drivers claim

Leigh Day worked on behalf of more than 4,000 Uber drivers, leading to a landmark Supreme Court ruling in July 2020. The ruling gave Uber drivers worker status, meaning they are now entitled to rights such as National Minimum Wage and holiday pay.

Our claim against Uber has now concluded and we are no longer accepting new clients for the claim. Sign-ups are now closed.

However, the massive victory for our Uber clients has impacted the wider gig economy. We continue to fight for change, including on behalf of Bolt drivers.

Are you a Bolt driver? Leigh Day is acting on behalf of thousands of drivers seeking the workers’ rights and the compensation they deserve.

To find out more, check out the Bolt drivers’ claim.

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Uber drivers entitled to workers’ rights after Supreme Court ruling

Tens of thousands of Uber drivers can now claim the right to be classed as workers after the Supreme Court handed down its judgment today.

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