If you have a real or perceived disability, it’s important to understand what constitutes an unlawful act of workplace disability discrimination under California law and federal law. If you have the right set of skills and talents, you have the right to enjoy the same employment opportunities as anyone else, even if you have a disability.
You also have the right to request reasonable accommodations to be made on your behalf so you can perform your chosen work if those accommodations do not create an undue hardship on your employer. You may have experienced unlawful workplace disability discrimination if you believe your employer has engaged in unfair treatment of you based on a real or perceived physical or mental condition.
If you believe you have been discriminated against by your employer because of your disability status, we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Your workplace should be considered a safe place. Unfortunately, several people are subjected to unfair, illegal, and unethical conditions by their employers. Some of these affected people do not know their rights in the workplace and are often scared of speaking out for fear of retaliation. This is regarded as a labor violation under state and federal laws and can lead to lost wages, benefits, undue stress, and missed opportunities for advancement. Unfair labor practices can take several forms, including harassment, wrongful termination, and discrimination. Our experienced attorneys at The Law Offices of Scott A. Miller are well versed in the laws guiding the worker-employer code of conduct and are willing to help with your case.
If you believe you have a solid case or an incident and wish to pursue it legally, reach out to us to represent you.