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Join the JUST EAT COURIER BACKPAY claim

Have you worked as a courier for Just Eat?

If so, Join the Claim to get the justice and compensation you deserve. 

Just Eat couriers could be due thousands of pounds in backpay. This is because Just Eat couriers are currently – and we believe wrongly – classed as self-employed independent contractors. 

Lawyers believe that Just Eat couriers should be classed as ‘workers’ or ‘employees’. Workers and employees are entitled to a range of rights and protections that self-employed contractors are not – including the National Minimum Wage and holiday pay. 

Lawyers have launched group action claims to help affected couriers claim back the money they should have received from Just Eat. If successful, these couriers could receive thousands of pounds in backpay.

What do we know about the Just Eat courier backpay claim?

  • Lawyers are claiming for unpaid holiday pay, compensation if you have been paid less than the National Minimum Wage, as well as additional compensation. 
  • This claim is only open to couriers who delivered directly for Just Eat using the Just Eat courier app.
  • Uber drivers won a similar claim in July 2020. This gave Uber drivers worker status, meaning they are now entitled to National Minimum Wage and holiday pay. The successful Uber claim means that Just Eat couriers stand a good chance of winning their case. 

Are you eligible to join the Just Eat backpay compensation claim? 

Could you qualify to join the NO-WIN, NO-FEE Just Eat backpay compensation claim? Find out instantly with our easy-to-use eligibility checker!

If you have a claim, register your interest and we’ll connect you with a UK law firm running a Just Eat backpay group action. 

How it works

Check your eligibility

Our simple eligibility checker provides instant clarity. Answer a few straightforward questions, and you’ll know if you could qualify for a Sainsbury’s equal pay group action claim.

Register your interest

If you have a potential claim, register your interest and we’ll keep you updated about this case.

Join the Claim

Your matchmaker for justice, if eligible, we’ll pair you with a regulated law firm running a suitable claim

Join the Claim

Find out if you could join a no-win, no-fee Just Eat employment claim.

It will only take a few minutes and there’s no obligation to proceed. 

You could have ANOTHER equal pay claim.  

If you have worked as a driver or courier for any of these businesses as an independent contractor, you could qualify for more than one backpay claim. 

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How it works

Check your eligibility

Our simple eligibility checker provides instant clarity. Answer a few straightforward questions, and you’ll know if you could qualify for a Just Eat driver group action claim.

Register your interest

If you have a potential claim, register your interest and we’ll keep you updated about this case.

Join the Claim

Your matchmaker for justice, if eligible, we’ll pair you with a regulated law firm running a suitable claim

Latest updates on the Just Eat claim

  • February 2024

    Thousands of delivery drivers for Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat went on strike over “ridiculously inadequate” pay and dangerous conditions. According to one driver ““We want fair pay, we want fair treatment. We are sick and tired of being treated like human filth.”

  • April 2023

    Law firm Leigh Day launched a group claim against the takeaway delivery company on behalf of its couriers.

  • July 2020

    A landmark Supreme Court ruling gave Uber drivers worker status. This meant they are entitled to rights such as National Minimum Wage and holiday pay. The case set a precedent for other drivers and couriers working as independent contractors, including those at Just Eat. 

We’ll provide more updates on the fight for justice in the Just Eat compensation case as they occur. 

Just Eat drivers FAQs

The way Just Eat drivers work means they should be classed as ‘workers’ or ‘employees’, not ‘self-employed independent contractors’. Legal experts believe that Just Eat couriers should have access to rights including minimum age and holiday pay. 

Yes. If you’ve driven directly for Just Eat in the past 10 weeks, you could have a claim.

No, Just Eat cannot penalise couriers for making an employment claim. If it did, you would likely be eligible for more compensation. 

If you are currently working as a Just Eat courier, or have done so in the last 10 weeks, you may qualify to make a claim. Our simple eligibility checker provides instant clarity. Answer a few straightforward questions, and you’ll know if you could qualify for a Just Eat driver group action claim. 

We cannot say how much compensation you might get if you win your claim against Just Eat. However, we believe that Just Eat could owe many current and former couriers thousands of pounds in backpay. 

In the UK, if a group of people have experienced loss, or otherwise been harmed by an organisation’s law breaking, they can come together to fight for justice. Levelling the playing field when standing up to big businesses, group actions prove that there is strength in numbers. At Join the Claim, we bring consumers and law firms together to ensure these group actions are as powerful as possible.

We won’t charge you a single penny. And we ensure any law firms we connect you with operate on a no-win-no-fee basis. 

About Join the Claim

At Join the Claim, we unite law firms and individuals to ensure powerful group action claims. We are not a law firm, but we help ensure people get straightforward access to compensation.  

Think of us as the ultimate matchmaker for justice. Shining a spotlight on the latest and biggest consumer wrongdoings and making eligibility checks a breeze, we connect you with the law firms ready to fight for you.  

We won’t charge you a single penny when you sign up to join a claim, but we might take a fee from the law firms we introduce you to. 

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