Case Study: Army Stress – panic attacks
Employment Law No Win No Fee Bristol Are you ready to speak to a team of experts about a situation that has developed at work and would like to discuss employment law on a no win no fee basis in Bristol? Do you think that Michael Lewin Solicitors may be able to help you with your enquiry and would appreciate having access to the knowledge that they can offer? Has the situation at work worsened to the point where you are now considering compensation as an option moving forward?
Michael Lewin Solicitors are available to give advice to potential clients who believe that they may have a case for compensation and would like to discuss the eligibility criteria surrounding particular claims. We received an enquiry from a client of this nature called Mr M who had been in the Army for 12 years. His current job title was IT instructor and the client was contracted to work 40 hours per week.
Mr M wanted to make an enquiry as he had been suffering from panic attacks which were diagnosed by the mental health officers in the Army. The attacks worsened to the point where he was unable to continue to perform at the duty or level that was required of him in his post. The situation developed and Mr M was unable to maintain the demands that were upon him to continue to work to the circumstances and of such he felt as though he had to resign voluntarily. The claimant was enquiring as to whether he had been subjected to a case of constructive dismissal and wanted to discuss this with one of our experts.
Are you unsure as to whether you have been constructively dismissed and would like to get advice about employment law on a no win no fee basis in Bristol? Would you like to pass on your details to Michael Lewin Solicitors so that you can have your situation analysed by an expert who will be able to establish whether you are eligible for a claim for compensation?
Constructive dismissal can become very complicated if there are many lines of enquiry that are present in a case. Michael Lewin Solicitors are able to establish which lines of enquiry would be relevant so to maximise on the opportunities of a successful case. If a person is subjected to a situation of constructive dismissal they may have been made to feel over a long period of time that they can no longer work where they have been employed.
This can often entail that the individual is suffering in a way that they feel uncomfortable in their daily duties and their life has become intolerable to the point where they have very little choice but to stop working under the conditions that they are in. If it can be proven that employers are deliberately contributing to this kind of stress it is possible that compensation could be an option.
When you are ready to speak to Michael Lewin Solicitors to get employment law advice on a no win no fee basis you can contact our offices by calling0844 844 9866.