Are You a Former Alpharooms Employee? You Could Claim up to £4,352 in Compensation

Anita North
National Head of Employment

As of Monday 14 February at 5pm, we cannot take on any more ex Alpharooms employees to help with their protective award claims.

You may want to pursue this without our legal assistance. If so, please contact ACAS on 0300 123 1100 or visit for advice.

 Please kindly note that Simpson Millar LLP cannot be held responsible in the event that you seek to bring a claim after the limitation period has expired and you should seek independent legal advice if in doubt about when your limitation period is.

Use the below eligibility checker to see if you qualify for a Protective Award Claim and then get in touch to see how we can help you.

Click here to check your eligibility for a Protective Award Claim

When do I need to make my Protective Award Claim by?

You have 3 months less one day to make a Protective Award Claim.

If you’re eligible for Protective Award compensation, we’ll get you through the process as fast as possible, so you don’t miss this deadline.

The 5 Steps to Making a Protective Award Claim

Our expert team of Employment Law Solicitors can handle the entire Protective Awards Claim process for you, so you won’t need to worry about missing the deadline or filling in complicated paperwork.

We can help you make your Protective Awards Claim in just five easy steps:

Step 1: Use our free eligibility checker to check if you’re eligible to make a Protective Award claim.

Step 2: If you’re eligible for a Protective Award Claim, we’ll then get permission from the administrators to make your Protective Award Claim.

Step 3: Next, we’ll complete an Early Conciliation with ACAS (a standard exercise that needs to be done before we can go to an Employment Tribunal).

Step 4: We’ll then file your claim with the Employment Tribunal. They will consider all the evidence and then make their judgment.

Step 5: If the Employment Tribunal passes judgment in your favour, we can claim your Protective Award compensation from the company, or the Insolvency Service if that’s not possible.