Race Discrimination

The highly successful advisors from are here to help you if you have developed symptoms of stress at work as a result of racial discrimination. Racial discrimination is described as treating people less favourably because of their race – race is defined as colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins. This is often referred to as racism, race discrimination or racial discrimination.

In order for the specialist lawyers from to help you make a claim for stress at work compensation, you must be able to prove that your employer’s actions caused you to sustain a recognised psychological injury. If racial discrimination in the workplace caused you to develop symptoms of stress and your GP diagnosed you with a recognised psychological illness or injury, is confident we can assist you in claiming the personal injury compensation you are rightfully entitled to.

Every employee, regardless of race, is protected under the Equality Act 2010. No employee should have to suffer discrimination or harassment because of their race, colour, nationality or ethnic origin. The Equality Act is in place and protects every employee regardless of who they work for or the size of the business.

Not only does the Equality Act protect those already in employment, the Act also protects those applying for jobs. If you have been directly or indirectly discriminated against because of your race, or if you have been victimised or harassed in the workplace based on any protected characteristics relating to your race or nationality, you should contact immediately for a free consultation with one of our experienced advisors.

We are confident that our specialist advisors can help you claim the personal injury compensation you are rightfully entitled to for the personal injury you developed as a result of racial discrimination in the workplace.

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