Labour law and social security law

Social security law

National Social Security Office (NSSO)

LAWTREE Lawyers assists employers and socially insured persons in a conflict with the NSSO.

We have extensive experience in dealing with classic discussion points such as target group reductions for first hires, fixed cost allowances, undeclared work, prohibited posting of (foreign) employees, regularisations in the context of false self-employment or the false self-employed, and so on. These subjects hold no secrets for us. Thus we are well prepared in the case of proceedings before the labour courts.

We also assist employers with requests for exemption or reduction of civil sanctions (contribution surcharges, etc.).

Invalidity (National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance/NIHDI), unemployment (National Employment Office/NEO) and self-employed status (National Institute for Social Insurance Schemes for the Self-Employed/NISISSE)

Are you an employer or unemployed, and do you have a dispute with the NEO? Or are you disabled and involved in a dispute with the NIHDI? Did you receive a decision from the NISISSE that affects your rights as a self-employed person? We can assist you with the required know-how.

Our experts

Geert Michiels is a partner at LAWTREE Lawyers and heads the department Labour law and social security law.

Alexander Roosen is a lawyer at LAWTREE Lawyers and is active in the Labour law and social security law department.

Fréderique Vissers is a lawyer at LAWTREE Lawyers and is active in the Labor law and social security law department.

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