Dealing with a disability or serious medical condition is hard enough without having to worry about whether or not your job is secure. Our attorneys can provide you with advice and assistance to help you obtain the accommodations you deserve whether your disability is physical or mental. Our attorneys are also experienced in bringing lawsuits against employers on behalf of employees with disabilities or serious medical conditions. California and Federal law provide specific rights for employees with disabilities. Our attorneys can help you enforce those rights. Employers are required to work with you to reach a reasonable accommodation for your disability. Reasonable accommodations can include things such as a leave of absence, a modified work schedule, altered work tasks, and even working from home. Contact us if you have requested an accommodation and been refused, as you may have a case against your employer for disability discrimination.
Below are just some of the disabilities that may be protected under the law:
If you have been refused an accommodation or believe you have been terminated because of a disability or serious medical condition contact us today for a free case evaluation to discuss your potential disability discrimination case.
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