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Good evning, welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewed your question. I am very sorry to hear of your situation, however limitation is indeed only 3 months and the ET are very strict on this. There would have to be convincing reasons why it was not practical to bring a claim earlier - literally proving that it was impossible ould pass the threshold. With limitation dilemma you would hardl find a solictor that will represent on no win no fee or damage based arrangement regrettably. I would recommend that you use the Law society Find Soliitorfacility or check with clerksroom.com or lpclegal they may be able to assist. Any follow up do not hesitate to send your message. All the best.
Limitation is counted from when the event commenced not when ir ended, so where an employer procrastinates on dealing with a grievance you would be advised to contact ACAS and to gt the Early Conciliation Certificate and file your claim to protect the limitation and then you request a stay of proceedings whilst waiting for the grievance to conclude. With the ET claims being free to file any solicitor seeing merit in a claim and seeing that limitation is near would guide you to file to protect your position.