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Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal is a complex concept.  Simply put, it is a wrongful dismissal that occurs without the employment contract being overtly terminated.  It occurs when the employment contract has been breached in a significant way as a result of a change in the employment relationship.  The most common example is when an employee is demoted.  In some circumstances, the employment environment has become so unbearable due to conditions put in place by the empoyer that the Courts have decided that the employee was constructively dismissed.

There are no exact definitions of what does or does not constitute a constructive dismissal as each case depends upon its own circumstances.  As well, and most importantly, a constructive dismissal does not automatically entitle the employee to stop working.  These are complicated situations which should only be handled with the benefit of legal advice.  If you think you have been constructively dismissed, consult a lawyer before acting.


Why Choose Double Diamond Law

Experience – We have experience handling claims involving a wide variety of injuries and, with a Masters in Biomechanics, Greg Diamond has an in depth understanding of the physiology of injuries.  If you are injured in an accident, we will ensure that your rights are protected and you receive all the benefits you deserve.  Our focus is on helping you recover from your injuries and be compensated fully for pain and suffering, costs related to your car, medical care, psychological suffering, lost income and other losses and expenses.   

Services Tailored to You - We take the time to understand all the details of your case and treat you with utmost dignity, respect and empathy during the difficult time after an accident.  We welcome all of your questions.  We will give you valuable, tailored advice to help you preserve evidence, obtain appropriate care, protect your rights and facilitate your recovery.

Fees Only If You Collect - We offer free initial consultations on all personal injury claims. We also offer contingency fee agreements for most cases so that no fee is charged for our services until after your case is resolved and only if you collect an award for damages and compensation.