Do you believe you are a victim of disability discrimination? Has your employer discriminated against you because of a physical condition or disability? You have rights under both California state laws and federal laws. Consult with an experienced employee rights attorney as soon as possible to discuss the circumstances of your case. Now is the time to speak up and assert your rights.
At Gigliotti & Gigliotti, LLP, we have been helping employees throughout California with discrimination actions for more than 25 years. We provide solid, experienced and knowledgeable employee rights representation to all of our clients. Our track record speaks for itself as we have been very effective. Let us help you with your discrimination case by talking to one of our Orange County disability discrimination attorneys today.
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Undue Hardship, Qualified Employers And Disability Discrimination
Employers covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are required to provide a known physically or mentally disabled employee with reasonable accommodations. The exception to this is if by doing so, this imposes an undue hardship on the employer. In order to qualify for an action under this act, you must prove you have a qualifying mental or physical condition. This is a case-by-case analysis, and we can examine your specific situation with you. However, under California law the general rule is that disability is a condition that affects/limits one or more major life activities.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in employment discrimination litigation, including claims through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is the federal agency that investigates claims of discrimination, including those for sex, age, religion, race, ethnicity and disabilities.
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If you’ve been subjected to disability discrimination in the workplace, call 800-560-1081 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your claim.