What Is Breach Of Contract, And How To Make An Injury Claim in Onchan
If your employer is in breach of contract for any reason, and this causes you significant financial or psychological damage then you may be able to make an injury claim in Onchan to get compensation. You can use Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to get help making a claim, and the team will do their best to get you the compensation you deserve, to make up for any stress and loss of wages caused. Accident Advice Helpline has over 10 years’ experience with personal injury compensation claims and will supply dedicated personal injury lawyers working on a 100% no win, no fee* basis to help you with your injury claim in Onchan.
Before you can make a injury claim in Onchan, you need to know what breach of contract is and whether your employer is actually in the wrong. Breach of contract includes:
- Non-payment of wages, holiday pay, sick pay or expenses
- Non-payment during the notice period if you have been dismissed
- Changes to your hours without discussion or agreement
- Changes to where you work (ie, not being allowed to work from home if it is in your contract)
- Changes to your duties without an agreed change in contract
- Not following the correct disciplinary procedure/dismissal procedure
Breach of contract basically means anything that happens in your job that you are expected to go along with, that was not in your original contract and has not been discussed with you. If you feel that your employer is in breach of contract you are within your rights to demand that changes are either taken back or made official after a discussion. If this does not happen then you may want to make a claim for compensation.
How To Make An Injury Claim in Onchan
If you have decided that your employer is in breach of contract and want to make a claim for compensation then you will need to do a few things first. You will need to sit down with your employer and explain to them why you feel that they are in breach of contract and what you would like them to do. This gives your employer the opportunity to make good the situation before more official action is taken.
You can then complain if this situation is not resolved, to the highest level of authority in your company. You should then wait to see if something is done. If there is still nothing done about the situation then you should inform your company that you are looking to make a compensation claim and that they will be contacted by Accident Advice Helpline.
You do not have to tell your company that you are making a compensation claim, but if you intend to stay working at your company then it is a better idea for relations between yourself and your employers. Once the claim has begun you can let the helpline deal with everything and keep your day to day work life and your compensation claim separate.