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Do you believe you were terminated due to an actual or perceived disability?

If you believe your employer terminated you because of a disability, you may have grounds to pursue legal action against them, primarily based on legislation such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the United States. The ADA prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the general public. Specifically, Title I of the ADA protects individuals with disabilities in the workplace, requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations and prohibiting discrimination in hiring, promotions, job assignments, termination, and other aspects of employment.

To pursue a lawsuit for wrongful termination due to a disability, you should consider the following steps:

  1. Document Everything: Keep detailed records of any interactions, accommodations requested, performance reviews, and communications with your employer.  Do not communicate “orally.”
  2.  Consult with an Attorney Immediately. Employment law, especially involving discrimination and disability rights, can be complex. An experienced employment attorney can advise you on the strength of your case, help navigate the legal system, and represent you in negotiations or court.
  3. Disability Discrimination is no joke!  This area of law is chalked full of legal issues that can make a good case unsuccessful if not handled by the top employment attorneys.  Call the Law Offices of Scott A Miller for a no-cost limited consultation.  I will personally ask you a series of questions and try to give you a strategy going forward to get you a just result.  (818) 788-8081 or (800) 417-2008.

Remember, taking legal action can be a long and challenging process, but protections are in place to help ensure individuals are not discriminated against due to disabilities.

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Employment law can be complicated. However, if you feel that your employer owes you wages, then we want to hear from you. It’s that simple. To learn more about wage and hour class actions, and the other legal services we provide, call 855-924-3489. You may also contact us online to schedule an appointment.


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