For expert legal advice about gender reassignment discrimination at work call our Employment Law Solicitors on 03306069589 or contact us online and we will help you.
We have helped more than 3,000 employees with their employment law claims and we can help you with your claim.
Gender Reassignment Discrimination Cases
Gender reassignment discrimination can occur in several forms; direct and indirect. Direct discrimination is what happens when you are discriminated against solely on the basis of your gender reassignment.
Indirect discrimination is what happens when you are discriminated against by perception or association with certain groups or communities of people.
Although it may seem like a relatively new ‘protected’ area, gender reassignment discrimination is covered in the Equality Act (2010), as part of its remit to ensure that no one is discriminated against on the basis of their gender/sex or sexual orientation.
Legal Advice without Jargon and Fixed Solicitor Fees
We offer legal advice without jargon and we will agree our fixed fee with you upfront before any work starts. This allows you to you know exactly what the costs will be at all stages of your claim.
Once we have provided you with a written quote for the agreed work to be done, that price will not change.
Our Employment Solicitor fees start from £840 including VAT for a detailed initial report on the merits of your claim. Should you wish to progress with your case, your Employment Solicitor can help you with settlement negotiations with your employer. The fee for this stage of your claim is £300 including VAT.
Our service is completely confidential, and because we only represent individuals and not employers, you can have peace of mind, knowing that your case is being handled with the expertise and the sensitivity you would expect from expert Employment Law Solicitors.
There are time limits for pursuing your claim in the Employment Tribunal, so it is important that you get specialist legal advice as soon as possible.
How Much Compensation Could I Get?
Every workplace discrimination case is different. While there are no limits to compensation awards in gender reassignment discrimination cases, strict time limits are imposed. For example, if you are thinking of making a claim at the Employment Tribunal, it must be lodged within three months less one day of the discrimination incident, or the last incident, if you have been suffering ongoing discrimination.
Before starting Employment Tribunal proceedings you must first notify ACAS with details of your claim. ACAS will then attempt a conciliation with your employer. If this is unsuccessful, the Employment Tribunal time limit may be extended by up to month from the date of the ACAS Early Conciliation certificate, and your gender reassignment discrimination claim can then be progressed to the Employment Tribunal.
For expert legal advice call our Employment Lawyers on 03306069589 or contact us online and we'll call you.
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