Buachaill : 1. At the outset, I do not believe there has been a discrimination on the grounds of race. Essentially, there just has been a breach of contract on the part of the employer. Accordingly, I would suggest you simply sue your employer for work injuries suffered at work. Just because you are Spanish and had to relocate to Spain because of your work injuries does not make it a case of racial discrimination. As part of your case for your work injuries you can seek compensation for loss of earnings and seeking reinstatement or compensation for losing your job. Additionally, you can sue for any medical costs and expenses and additional expenses associated with your attending medical appointments in Ireland as this is an additional head of loss as this is a further breach of contract.
Buachaill : 2. I would suggest you attend at the medical appointment in Dublin for a vocational assessment as this will determine your fitness for work and the continuance of your employment contract. Essentially, if you fail to turn up, you will be considered to have voluntarily given up your job and therefore you will not be able to sue for loss of employment as part of your breach of contract claim. So be sure to turn up! Even if this is at your expense and a breach of the employment contract. In law it makes no difference that you have decided to relocate yourself to Spain. Whilst in Dublin, you should speak to a solicitor who can sue Morgan McKinley for you.
Buachaill : 3. Be aware that you have a good case on racial discrimination when Morgan McKinley don't accept doctors certificates from Spanish doctors. However, the rest of your case has nothing got to do with racial discrimination but is simply a claim for injuries suffered in employment and a claim for breach of employment contract.
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Customer: Thank you for clarifying this situation so precisely. I appreciate your advice.