Discrimination claims are not only stressful, they can also be damaging for a business. Employees can bring claims against their employers on various grounds such as disability, sex, race, age or sexual orientation. It is important to note that an employee does not need to have a requisite length of service to bring a claim of discrimination.
Sometimes, employees have genuinely suffered discrimination. However, sometimes, employees bring claims for discrimination to make life difficult for employers and extract money from them.
At Davenport Solicitors, we have a team of highly experienced employment solicitors who have considerable expertise and experience in dealing with discrimination cases. While we approach each case on its own merits, providing our clients with a bespoke service at all times, we are fully aware of precedents and findings in previous discrimination cases. This provides us an ideal starting point with respect to providing you with the highest possible service at all times.
As a specialist London employment law firm, we have considerable experience in providing support to businesses in respect to discrimination cases. We believe that getting to work on the case early on in the process is helpful. So as soon as you know that you are involved in a case of this matter, please get in touch and we will be happy to arrange an appointment. No matter what stage of the process you decide you need effective and reliable representation, we will provide you with a bespoke service that gives you confidence to move forward in the most effective manner.
How we can help?
We will undertake a thorough consideration of any documents you may have, and will always make the time to listen to your instructions. At this stage of the process, we will be able to advise you on whether we believe that the claim has merits. We will always work alongside you to achieve the best possible results in the current circumstances. Whether it is to settle a claim or whether you require the most robust representation at a tribunal, we are the employment law specialists that you can rely on.
For more information, or to discuss a discrimination claim, contact our employment law experts on +44 (0)20 7959 2358
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