Just Eat Courier Claim

If you've worked for Just Eat in the past 10 weeks, you could be eligible to claim thousands in compensation.

Why You Can Claim

Currently, Just Eat couriers are classified as self-employed independent contractors under their contracts. However, our partner law firm strongly argue that, based on the actual nature of your work, couriers should be recognised as employees or workers rather than self-employed contractors.

By classifying couriers as employees or workers, they become entitled to essential rights and protections, including holiday pay and the National Minimum Wage. 

Make your claim for backdated compensation.

How Much Could You Claim?

Successful completion of the claim could result in couriers being entitled to significant compensation, potentially amounting to thousands of pounds. The exact compensation will be calculated based on relevant data from Just Eat, as well as your financial documents, such as tax returns/accounts, bank statements, and payslips. No documents are needed at the sign-up stage.

What You'll Be Compensated For

The claim aims to secure compensation for backdated holiday pay, shortfalls to the National Minimum Wage, and the lack of employment contracts provided by Just Eat.

Employment Contract

Backpay for unpaid holiday

National Minimum Wage

Who Is Eligible To Claim?

If you have delivered for Just Eat as part of their “independent contractor” arrangement in England, Scotland, or Wales within the last 10 weeks, you may be eligible to participate in the claim.

Joining the claim is a simple and quick process. Checking your eligibility does not require any documents.

Employment claims involve multiple stages and can often take several years to reach a resolution. Where possible, we’ll seek compensation for the losses you have experienced throughout your entire tenure as a Just Eat courier. Consequently, the amount owed to you as compensation will continuously grow as the claim advances, if you remain employed by Just Eat.