How Do I Know Whether I Have Experienced Discrimination?
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are forbidden from discriminating against someone based on a disability – real or perceived. However, it is not always easy to realize that you have experienced this. Some common examples of disability discrimination include:
- An employer failing to provide reasonable accommodations
- A supervisor refusing you a promotion due to your disability
- An employer refusing to hire you due to your disability
- Co-workers making offensive comments or jokes
- Co-workers posting offensive material or images
When you schedule a consultation with us, we can sit down with you and listen carefully to your concerns. We will determine whether you have a case; if so, we will help you seek full and fair compensation for your damages.
Reach Out to Our Experienced Team Today
You do not need to endure disability-based discrimination alone. We are here to help you advocate for your rights. To reach out to us and schedule your initial consultation, simply call our Washington, D.C. office, our Chicago office, or send us an email.