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Disability Rights

Disability Rights

It is illegal to discriminate against an employee or potential employee on the basis of a mental or physical disability or handicap. If you are able to perform your job with reasonable accommodations, it is unlawful for an employer to discriminate on the basis of your disability. Failure to provide reasonable accommodations also constitutes unlawful workplace discrimination.

If you need reasonable accommodation in order to perform the essential duties of your job, it is your responsibility to confidentially inform your employer of your disability. Your employer must then engage you in an interactive process to determine whether there is a reasonable accommodation that would work in your situation. Here at The Noble Law, we provide representation in employment law, and if you get in touch with our employment law firm, we can help you understand your disability rights and advocate for you. 

Illegal, toxic, and unethical workplace behaviors marginalize employees. We offer legal advice and representation to help you restore your dignity, defend your compensation, and move towards closure.

CONTACT US

The Noble Law offers legal advice and consultations on employment issues in-person, through video, and by phone. The first step is to call the office in your area.
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Charlotte: 704.626.6648
New York: 212.662.6500
Raleigh-Durham: 919.251.6008
South Carolina: 864.565.9059