How Do I Know If I Have a Disability Discrimination Case?

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are not allowed to discriminate against people with disabilities. As long as an individual is able to perform the duties required of a job and has the skills necessary to do so, his or her disability should not be taken into consideration.

If an employer's bias or prejudice against people with disabilities motivated him or her to treat you unfairly, attempt to intimidate you, deny you advancement, refuse to employ you or fail to provide you with fair and just wages, you may have a disability discrimination case.

Failing to make reasonable accommodations for a disabled employee could also be grounds for a discrimination case against an employer. It is important to know that not all employers are bound by the ADA, however there may be other anti-discrimination laws which can be applied in your specific situation.

When you hire an employment lawyer from Alan Burton Newman, PLC, he will be able to help you understand your legal rights and advise you as to whether you not you have a case. Attorney Burton is an aggressive advocate for employees' rights and is committed to doing everything he can to eliminate discrimination in the workplace. Recovery does not need to be a long, drawn out process. With his help, you could settle your case in as little as three months.

Disability discrimination cannot be tolerated. You need to fight for your rights, but rest assured you are not in this fight alone. If you feel your rights as an American with disabilities have been violated, call his firm to schedule a free case evaluation with a Los Angeles employment attorney now. There is no risk to obtain his counsel. If he is unable to recover for your case, you will not be required to pay.