Our Modern Slavery Policy

We are committed to conducting comprehensive annual assessments to maintain and enhance the relevance and efficiency of our Modern Slavery Policy. Should you have any questions, we invite you to reach out to us.


This document outlines the Modern Slavery Policy of AccidentAtWorkClaimUK.org.uk, (a brand owned by JF Law Limited, a firm of solicitors situated at Champions Business Park, Arrowe Brook Road, Birkenhead, Wirral CH49 0AB, also known as “the Firm.”) We are duly authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), holding the Firm Reference Number: 839005.

The details herein correspond to the fiscal year 2023/24.

Organisational Structure

The governance of the Firm is the responsibility of its board of directors, with its operational team based in the North West of England.


Within this policy, the term ‘modern slavery’ is used to describe human trafficking, forced labour, and the manipulation of workers through mistreatment, degradation, and confinement.


The Firm recognises its duty in the fight against modern slavery and is committed to adhering to the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This dedication is manifested through continuous scrutiny and enhancement of our internal and supply chain practices.

We strictly avoid any association with entities, both within the UK and internationally, that are involved in or support slavery, servitude, or compulsory labour. Furthermore, we ensure that our employment practices are in full compliance with UK labour laws.

Supply Chain Management

Our primary supply chain activities are centred around the delivery of legal services, supported by our physical offices in Merseyside (including Liverpool and Wirral) and provisions for remote working.

Risk Assessment

The greatest risk of slavery and human trafficking is perceived to be within the lower-paid roles of our office structure. Despite this being a limited risk, we are committed to taking stringent actions to prevent such practices within our Firm and among our suppliers.

Influence of Global Events

The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic did not increase our risk profile regarding modern slavery. The Firm maintained stable supplier relationships and quickly transitioned to remote working protocols, ensuring our employees had access to grievance mechanisms and received uninterrupted pay during periods of isolation.

Proactive Measures

We engage in thorough due diligence to eliminate slavery from our business and supply chains. Future initiatives may encompass reviews of supplier contracts, risk assessments, evaluations of impact, formulation of action plans, and providing our staff with training on modern slavery.

Performance Metrics

To gauge our success in combating modern slavery, we set and regularly review Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

Supporting Policies

Our Recruitment Policy is designed to reinforce our commitment to preventing modern slavery.

Compliance Leadership

Our compliance officer is tasked with addressing issues related to modern slavery and ensuring the Firm fulfils its legal and ethical responsibilities.

This declaration is made in line with Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and is subject to annual evaluation.