ADA Cases – Disability Discrimination – Failure to Accommodate Disability
Just because you have a physical impairment should not mean that your ability to earn a living should be unreasonably impaired as well. In the 1990s, Congress passed the Americans With Disabilities Act (the ADA) to ensure that the workplace was not tilted unfairly against those with disabilities.
Too often, employers discriminate against those with disabilities without even realizing it. Dan Slater will help you educate your employer about the need to provide you a “reasonable accommodation” for your impairment. And if your employer is simply unwilling to work within the confines of Federal law, Dan will fight to ensure that the legal process is used to preserve your rights, including taking your employer to Federal court for justice.
If you’ve been discriminated against because of your disability, or if your employer is refusing to provide reasonable accommodations for your disability, call Dan Slater today to set an appointment.