Discrimination Solicitors Wigan

What we cover & how we can help

Welcome to Rose Fendlen Law, where we are dedicated to combating discrimination and championing your rights. As a specialised discrimination claim law firm, we understand the profound impact discrimination can have on individuals and communities. Our seasoned team is committed to providing expert legal representation for those who have experienced discrimination accessing goods, services or facilities, in education, in property, and discrimination to members of associations or persons seeking to become members.

At Rose Fendlen Law, we believe in fostering a society free from discrimination, and we are here to help navigate the legal complexities of discrimination claims. Whether you've encountered discrimination based on race, gender, age, disability, or any other protected characteristic, our empathetic and skilled lawyers are ready to stand by your side.

We recognize that each discrimination claim is unique, requiring a tailored approach to ensure justice is served. Our legal team works tirelessly to investigate, build a compelling case, and guide you through the legal process. We are staunch advocates for equal rights, seeking fair resolutions and holding accountable those responsible for discriminatory actions.

Choose Rose Fendlen Law as your partner in the fight against discrimination. We are committed to creating a more just and inclusive society, one case at a time. Let us be your advocates for change, working together to ensure that everyone has the right to live, work, and thrive free from discrimination. Your fight is our fight at Rose Fendlen Law.

In addition to Employment Claims, the Equality Act 2010 also provides protection from discrimination to the following:

Public

People accessing or seeking to access goods, services, and facilities (such as shops, public transport, public toilets, public services etc.)

Education

Students (education providers can fail to make reasonable adjustments for disabled students or otherwise discriminate against students.

Members

Members of associations, (associations have obligations not to discriminate against members, or persons seeking to become members.

Property

People who seek to rent or buy properties, or people who are renting a property. This is a text spacer to ensure all boxes are the same.

If you believe you have been discriminated against and your case falls within any of the above, then please contact us and we will consider if we can assist.

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