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BFAWU

Thompsons is a proud legal partner to the BFAWU, the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union. If you are a member of the BFAWU both you and your family benefit from a first-class legal package.

Thompsons is responsible for delivering the BFAWU legal services to members living in Merseyside, the Midlands, the South West and North East of England as well as Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Our dedicated teams secure high levels of personal injury compensation for injured BFAWU members and their families, all at no cost and you get 100% compensation.

BFAWU members get free legal advice and representation on:

 

BFAWU members’ families are also covered for:

  • Personal injury – away from work, on holiday or on the roads
  • Special terms for medical negligence claims
  • Special rates for conveyancing.

Get in touch for expert advice today on 0800 587 7518.

 

“I would like to thank Thompsons Solicitors for a quick and successful outcome to my case. They were polite and very professional, all I did was answer a few questions and my solicitor did the rest.”

BFAWU member

Support for members and loved ones affected by coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have put together a questionnaire with the BFAWU to work out where exposure has occurred and how employers responded. Everyone who has been exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19) at work at any time can help. By completing the questionnaire below, you will help us to work with the BFAWU to support you and your fellow members.

The more information we gather, the better the BFAWU can campaign about the issues raised (and we can establish whether you might have a personal injury claim).

BFAWU Workplace COVID-19 Questionnaire

Ronnie Draper, General Secretary of BFAWU, discusses the union's long association with Thompsons Solicitors, and the work we do to secure compensation for their members.

Ian Hodson, president of the BFAWU, discusses pay and conditions in the food industry. The video was created by the Greater Manchester Hazards Centre, BECTU and the University of Salford.

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