Dealing with the world of law can be intimidating, but finding a lawyer who is on your wavelength can make all the difference. Our Rusholme solicitors keep customer service at the forefront of everything they do, and always use plain English, not confusing legal jargon.
Because every case is different, our team will take the time to understand your particular circumstances before deciding on the course of action that is right for you. We believe this personalised approach enables us to tackle legal queries in the most effective way possible.
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An NHS trust has been found to have wrongly rescinded a job offer from an individual with a stammer who requested the ability to make private phone calls due to his disability, according to a tribunal ruling.
Nazakat Ali had successfully applied for a position in the Freedom of Information department at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust. However, his job offer was withdrawn after he inquired via email if he could initially make phone calls in private, citing his nervousness around people and how it exacerbated his stammer. His prospective boss contended that he had been "misled" during the interview, despite Mr. Ali's clear disclosure of his speech impediment.