Thanks in no small part to the trade union movement, years of progress in employment law has meant that you can go to work without fear of being discriminated against, harassed or bullied. Well at least in theory, anyway. Most types of bullying in the workplace are illegal, but unfortunately, this does not stop some employers and co-workers treating their workers or colleagues with less respect than they deserve.
You’re probably more than well aware that you may be able to take your employer to an employment tribunal if you feel you have been forced out of a job as a result of any type of bullying. You might not also be aware of the fact that you may be able to launch a personal injury case with the aid of decent 100% ‘no win, no fee’ injury solicitors if you’ve been bullied at work and suffered some sort of psychological injury as a direct or indirect consequence of the way you’ve been treated.
Work-related psychological injuries
Most people go to work because they have to. As a result, it can be difficult to avoid or stand up to any bullying or discrimination that you experience while doing your job. This can result in many people turning the other cheek and just trying to ignore bullying for the sake of maintaining their livelihood. Over time, the stress of having to put up with being bullied can have very serious psychological effects. It can cause problems with confidence, anxiety issues and depression. If you’ve been diagnosed with conditions such as these by a medical professional as a result of how you’ve been treated at work, you might be able to use the services of good injury solicitors in High Littleton to sue your employer for compensation.
Don’t stand for it. If you’ve been mistreated at work, it’s only fair that you’re compensated for your suffering, especially if you’ve had problems moving on and have experienced long-term psychological consequences as a result of the way you were treated. As well as taking action for recompense and justice, you going to court could stop your employer or your
Looking for injury solicitors in High Littleton?
If you have been psychologically damaged by your treatment at the hands of your employer or colleagues, it’s likely that you might not feel up to launching personal injury proceedings, especially if you’re under the impression that doing so is a long drawn-out process. If this is the case, call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to find out just how simple it can be.
Although we do not have injury solicitors in High Littleton we can still represent you and your claim. This is because we are a national firm that works across the whole of the UK. So if you need injury solicitors in High Littleton look no further than our expert service.
Date Published: 4th January 2014
Author: David Brown