Category: Disability Discrimination

What Are Considered Reasonable Accommodations Under the ADA? 

Posted On May 25, 2023 In Disability Discrimination

Living with a disability, whether permanent or temporary, can make it challenging to accomplish particular processes you are responsible for performing at your job. Your condition may require some reasonable accommodations to be made to make your job duties manageable. This is where the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is there to help.…

What To Look For When Hiring A Disability Discrimination Attorney

Posted On March 16, 2017 In Disability Discrimination

If you think that you’ve been discriminated against due to a disability, it’s important that you consider a San Diego disability discrimination attorney that specializes in disability discrimination cases. At its basic definition, disability discrimination refers to treating an employee differently based on a disability that they have.…

Disability Discrimination At Work

Posted On January 3, 2017 In Disability Discrimination

The U.S. has taken great steps to protect the disabled at work over the past 75 years. There are national and state laws in place that define the rights of the disabled and what employers are required to do to accommodate these persons at work.…

California Laws That Protect The Disabled

Posted On December 9, 2016 In Disability Discrimination

Disability discrimination arises when an employee or applicant receives unfair treatment from an employer because they are disabled or are perceived as disabled, or because they have a history of disability. In many states, employers are prohibited from refusing to provide reasonable accommodation to an applicant or employee who is disabled or has a medical condition.…

Do I Have A Disability Discrimination Case?

Posted On July 20, 2016 In Disability Discrimination

As a disabled individual, you have the legal right to be treated fairly in the workplace and when renting, buying or living in a property. However, sometimes employers and others discriminate against disabled individuals in ways that could jeopardize their health, safety or overall well-being.…

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