My husband has an accident at work in 2004 which has resulted in him requiring three operations to correct the damage that was done.
He is a member of a Union and is currently going through a compensation case for his injury.
His Solicitor requires a letter from the company stating what his Salary is. When he asked his Manager for a letter he was refused saying that as there was Legal action being taken and he was going to send it to his Solicitor he could not have one.
His Solicitor has said that legally he is not allowed to contact the company.
Can the company refuse to provide this information in writing and if so what can we do.