Reasonable Accommodation

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified employees with disabilities. If you are disabled and your employer is not providing reasonable accommodation for you, you may be able to file a claim for discrimination. Watch this video to learn more. 

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We often get calls from potential clients about their disability and whether or not their employer was obligated to accommodate them under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, your employer is required to provide a reasonable accommodation so long as it does not create an undue hardship on that employer. The type of accommodation that they have to provide often depends on a large number of factors. One can be the size of the company and how much money the company has. Another can be the type of position. If you’re in one of those positions where you feel like you need a reasonable accommodation, ask for it. Go to your employer and ask for it. If they decline to provide it, then contact an employment lawyer here in Phoenix, Arizona.

Are you disabled and working for an employer who is not providing reasonable accommodation for you to perform your job duties? Contact our experienced Phoenix employment lawyers today for a free confidential consultation. We will fight to ensure your rights are protected and you have proper accommodations available to perform your essential job functions.

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