Disability discrimination persists as one of the most frequent forms of workplace discrimination as many employers wrongly assume that disabled employees will not be able to perform their jobs as well as, or even better than, non-disabled employees. Many workers qualify as disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”) and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (“ADAAA”), but are unaware of their rights and protections. If you have an illness, disease, or a physical or mental condition, you may qualify as a protected individual and be entitled to reasonable accommodations in the workplace to better enable you to perform your job and protection from unlawful discrimination because of your disability. It is also unlawful for covered employees to be discriminated against because they are regarded as, or perceived as, having a disability.
The law regarding disability discrimination can be complex, and you should consult with an experienced attorney to determine your legal rights. If you have a disability or believe you qualify as disabled, and you are being, or have been, discriminated against in the workplace or other aspect of your life, please contact Henrichsen Law Group, P.L.L.C. right away for a consultation so that we may determine whether we can assist you with protecting your rights and preserving your value.
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