Disability Discrimination And ADA Violations Claims
If you work for a company that employs more than 50 workers, your employer is required to comply with the provisions of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed by Congress in 1990. Under the law, employers may not discriminate in the hiring or promotion of an employee with a qualifying disability and must make reasonable accommodations for workers with disabilities. The phrase “reasonable accommodations” is often broadly interpreted and often the foundation of ADA discrimination claims.
We Represent Victims Of Workplace Discrimination – Not Businesses
If you applied for a job, currently work or previously worked for an employer in Michigan and you believe you are a victim of workplace discrimination because of your disability, talk to an attorney at Miller Cohen, P.L.C. We are a team of experienced employment litigation attorneys with a record of recovering compensation for workers whose state and federal civil rights have been violated in the workplace.
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From offices in Dearborn and Detroit, we represent workers who have suffered disability discrimination in communities throughout Michigan. Call us toll-free at 800-221-6021 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange an opportunity to meet with one of our experienced disability discrimination attorneys today.