Uber Drivers Compensation Claim

Please be advised that we are no longer accepting clients for this action. We are, however, aware of other firms still doing so and invite you to look into this should you still wish to bring a claim.

Current and former Uber drivers could be entitled to claim up to £12,000 compensation.

What is the claim against Uber?

The Supreme Court has held that Uber drivers are workers and therefore are due national minimum wage and holiday pay. Pogust Goodhead believes that many Uber drivers are now owed thousands of pounds each in compensation for unpaid minimum wage payments and holiday pay.


We believe that it is time for the unfair treatment of Uber drivers to stop and for current and former Uber drivers to claim the compensation that they deserve.


Now it is time for drivers to be compensated. 


About the claim

Why should you claim?

Uber is being challenged by its drivers in multiple countries over whether they should be classed as workers or self-employed.

In February 2021, the UK Supreme Court ruled that Uber drivers should be considered workers rather than self-employed contractors. This ruling was Uber’s last appeal, as the Supreme Court is Britain’s highest court and has the final say on legal matters.

The court considered several elements, including the fact that:

Uber set the fare, which meant that they dictated how much drivers could earn

• Uber set the contractual terms and drivers had no say in them

Requests for rides are constrained by Uber who can penalise drivers if they reject too many rides

Uber monitors a driver’s service through the star rating and has the discretion to terminate the relationship if, after repeated warnings, this does not improve

The Supreme Court decision marks the end for exploitative contracts for Uber drivers and may result in compensation pay outs for hundreds of thousands of drivers.

Are you eligible to claim?

Both current and former Uber drivers are eligible to claim compensation.

This means that, if you were an Uber driver at any point since July 2015, you may be eligible to join this claim. Current drivers are able to continue working for Uber and still join the claim.

We’ve made our sign up process as easy as possible for you. You can start your claim with us in under a minute as you will not need to provide any documents as part of the initial process.

Pogust Goodhead acts on a ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ basis, so it costs you nothing to sign up and join our claim now.

The case is being handled on a ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ basis, so there is no risk attached  to you.

Our fee agreement means that we will only charge you if your claim is successful. This fee is capped at 25% of the damages that we are able to recover for you.

It takes under a minute to start your claim. What are you waiting for?

Who are Pogust Goodhead?

We are Pogust Goodhead (previously PGMBM), a top UK law firm that is passionate about giving victims a voice against corporate wrongdoing.

We are already representing thousands of victims around the world who have suffered due to the actions of large businesses.

We have specialist expertise in group claims and are currently litigating against other large corporations including Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, British Airways and BHP.

Passionate about getting justice for corporate wrongdoing, we will do everything in our power to help victims obtain the compensation that they deserve.

By joining Pogust Goodhead’s claim alongside thousands of other drivers, you have the best chance of ensuring that you receive the highest compensation possible. Our lawyers are some of the best in their fields and we will always act with your best interests in mind.

It takes under a minute to sign up – get started now.



Enforce your rights against a multi-billion-pound corporation.


You could receive significant compensation if you are eligible.


It takes under a minute to start your claim

Let's hold Uber to account together.


We cannot currently put a final figure on this, but our team of expert solicitors and barristers are seeking damages of up to £12,000.

As with all our cases, we are aiming to achieve as much compensation as possible for our clients.

We will provide regular updates as the case progresses.

It will not cost you a penny to join the claim.

By acting on a ‘No-Win, No-Fee’ basis, we will only be paid in the event that the case is won.

If we do not win the case, you will not pay anything.

All you need to do is submit your details to our ‘Chatbot’ and we will advise you on how to move forward.

It takes under a minute to join the claim and start the process to receiving compensation.

You will be asked to submit your name, email address and telephone number via our Chatbot.

We will then send you a short questionnaire to confirm your eligibility and gather some further information. Once you have completed our questionnaire and provided any necessary documents, you do not need to do anything further and we will be in regular contact regarding the progress of the case. Don’t forget, you don’t pay anything to sign up, so why wait?

Current and former Uber Drivers are eligible to claim.

This means that if you drove for Uber at any point since July, 2015, you qualify to join this claim. Current drivers can continue to work for Uber and still join the claim.

Once you have submitted your details to us, we will review them and determine your eligibility.

There is no risk or initial cost involved, and all your information is kept confidential with our specialist team. Do not miss out. Sign up now.

Pogust Goodhead’s lawyers are committed to winning you compensation as quickly as possible.

We cannot put a time frame on this right now, however we will keep you informed with case updates and further information as frequently as possible.

We are confident that a decision will be reached quickly, so do not delay joining the action.

We do not charge anything unless the case is successful.

If the case is successful, you will be charged a maximum of 25% + VAT of your compensation.

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