Failure to Accommodate Disability Law Firm
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Don't let your employer's failure to accommodate your disability dictate your future. Our committed team of legal professionals is here to support you through every stage of the process, from gathering evidence to helping you secure the maximum settlements. Unlike other law firms, if necessary, we will fight for you all the way to trial.
The challenges faced by individuals with disabilities in the workplace are unique and complex. Employers are required by law to provide reasonable accommodations to workers with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Unfortunately, not all employers comply with these requirements, leading to discrimination and unfair treatment.
Our firm has a wealth of experience in nurse and healthcare labor law, including but not limited to:
Wage and Hour Issues: Ensuring adherence to California wage and hour laws, including meal and rest breaks, overtime pay, and minimum wage requirements (source: California Department of Industrial Relations).
Reasonable Accommodations: Ensuring employers provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities, as required by the ADA and FEHA (source: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing).
Harassment and Discrimination: Addressing workplace harassment, discrimination, and retaliation based on protected characteristics, as defined by the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (source: California Department of Fair Employment and Housing).
Interactive Process: Ensuring that employers engage in the interactive process to determine appropriate accommodations for employees with disabilities: Ensuring that employers engage in the interactive process to determine appropriate accommodations for employees with disabilities.
Whistleblower Protection: Defending professionals who report unsafe or unlawful practices in the workplace, in accordance with the California Health and Safety Code Section 1278.5 (source: California Legislative Information).
Wrongful Termination: Representing clients in cases involving wrongful termination, including those that violate public policy or breach an employment contract.
Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) Disputes: Aiding professionals in resolving labor disputes.
Contact us for a FREE Case Evaluation. We will work relentlessly to champion your rights and achieve the most favorable outcome for your case. We offer a "No Win, No Fee" arrangement, ensuring that you only pay if we successfully recover compensation on your behalf.