Disability Discrimination Solicitors – Employment Lawyers

 
Solicitors Helpline: ☎ 1800
 

Australia’s Parliament passed the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 to nationalise statutes and supersede state and territorial legislation to clarify some of the confusion involved with having so many regulations, most were dependant on the company or corporation’s location. This Act provides legal rights for those suffering either physical or mental disabilities as it pertains to employment. Compensation claims for disability discrimination are reviewed by Australia’s Human Rights Commission after an application for review has been submitted either directly by the claimant or by their disability discrimination solicitor.

 

Specialist Solicitors of Employment Law

Our disability discrimination solicitors are expertly qualified at giving advice pertaining to your compensation claim, as they are experienced in all matters of employment law. We offer the free initial advice you need regarding your rights to make a decision whether or not to pursue either negotiations with your employer or possible application to the Human Rights Commission without further obligation. When you need legal assistance from an expert lawyer regarding a possible claim of disability discrimination, use the free solicitor’s helpline.

 

Equal Opportunities

The intent of this Act is to provide equal employment opportunities and the protection of people with disabilities through opportunities for fair treatment whilst making application for employment, as well as during employment. This Act’s passage guarantees disabled people statutory protection throughout the employment process and makes unfair treatment unlawful, simply because someone suffers from physical or mental impairment. The Act defines a wide variety of conditions that are covered and that might have long term or permanent effects. The statute contains the requirement to make reasonable changes to structures that impede people with disabilities from entering the business premises.

 

Human Right Commission

Employers are in violation of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 when they treat a disabled potential or current employee differently than other employees or applicants and when they fail in making those reasonable accommodations to meet the requirements of those who are mentally or physically disabled. Our employment solicitors who are experienced in the claims process for disability discrimination are willing to utilise the no win no fee scheme toward an application for compensation to Australia’s Human Rights Commission.

Solicitors Helpline: ☎ 1800
 
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