Discrimination and bullying in the work place is illegal and should not be tolerated. If you are bullied or discriminated against while at work, you might be able to take your employer to an employment tribunal.
However, if you have suffered any psychological injury as a result of the way you were treated, you might also be able to claim personal injury compensation with the help of a Wycombe car accident solicitor.
Bullying and discrimination in the workplace and Wycombe car accident solicitors
Incessant and sustained bullying or discrimination can take an awful psychological toll on a person, particularly when the individual dishing out the abuse is in a position of power over the victim.
This can result in a number of psychological issues, ranging from depression to stress-related disorders. If you’ve been diagnosed with any form of mental health issue and are being treated poorly at work, it will be worth getting in touch with a decent 100% no-win, no-fee Wycombe car accident solicitor to find out if you might be in a position to take some form for personal injury action.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you have developed a psychological injury as a result of the way you’ve been treated at work, it will be likely that you will not feel strong enough to launch a claim for compensation.
This is where a Wycombe car accident solicitor such as Accident Advice Helpline can help.
Contact our team of professionals
If Accident Advice Helpline were to take on your case and offer you the 100% no-win, no-fee representation you need to claim compensation, there would be a chance that you might not have much to do with proceedings at all.
Provided you had solid evidence that your Wycombe car accident solicitor could use to prove you were indeed bullied, be this in the form of witness testimony or intimating emails, you might not even have to show your face in court or even submit to a medical.
Get the ball rolling by calling Accident Advice Helpline now, and one of our expert claims advisers will put the wheels in motion.
So call our friendly team now on: 0800 689 0500 ( landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile)
Date Published: 7th June 2014
Author: David Brown