Disability Accommodation

Under provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), federal law requires employers with 50 or more employees to make reasonable workplace accommodations to meet the needs of workers with disabilities. This does not mean that workers with disabilities are afforded special consideration for hiring or promotions on the job. It does also not mean that employers may not terminate employees, other than for reasons specifically related to the disability.

If you are a worker with a disability in Michigan and you feel your employer is not making reasonable accommodations according to the ADA, or you were terminated because of the lack of reasonable accommodations, you may have a valid claim for damages. Schedule a free consultation with an employment lawyer at Miller Cohen, PLC, in Detroit. Call us at 313-566-4787 or toll free 800-221-6021.

Why Miller Cohen?

Employment discrimination litigation is one of the most complex areas of federal and state law. We are a team of experienced trial attorneys who bring together decades of experience in investigating the case, researching previous cases and preparing the strongest, clearest case possible for damages.

Fighting to protect your rights doesn't have to mean filing a lawsuit.
Many workers are understandably worried about starting a lawsuit against their employers. We understand that. In cases where there are no financial damages but you need to protect your rights, turn to us for help. We may be able to negotiate a fair settlement for reasonable accommodations without permanently damaging your relationship with your boss.

Call us or contact us by email with a brief description of your circumstances. One of our attorneys will respond as quickly as possible to discuss your legal matter and schedule a free consultation.