When people say you have rights, it means you should be treated fairly. Throughout your life you may experience situations where your rights are wrongfully taken away or disrespected. Our advocates provide confidential services for any circumstance of unfair treatment.
What You Need To Know
Every person is entitled to basic rights and deserves to be treated in a humane way. Respect, equality, dignity and fairness are aspects of human rights that you should experience when you deal with other people. Although these values are acknowledged across the world, they’re not always practised.
Human rights principles apply to day-to-day life and ensure that you’re given the freedom to choose how you live. They also provide a framework for local authorities and government to follow when they introduce new regulations, laws and services.
If you live in the Isle of Man, you’re protected by the Human Rights Act. It complies with similar principles to the UK Human Rights Act, yet accounts for differences in how our legal system manages a human rights breach.
Your rights should be respected in all situations, but especially when dealing with public authorities such as the police and local authorities. It’s important to know what your rights are and to be aware when they’re being disregarded.
We’re here to legally defend on your behalf if you’ve been treated poorly. Our services protect your best interests and support you from start to finish.
- Yet to complete your education and have been prevented from doing so
- Denied access to healthcare or treatment options
- Arrested and mistreated in custody (e.g. imprisoned with no grounds)
- Discriminated against or have been poorly treated by an employer
How Can Quinn Legal Help?
At Quinn Legal, we’re committed and efficient in challenging unfair treatment cases. Our team of experts are trustworthy and skilled in negotiating difficult, often distressing situations.
We understand that opposing an authority or someone you know can be a daunting task. Our advocates are extremely approachable; you provide us with the information and we’ll fiercely defend on your behalf.
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