Have you lost your job due to disability discrimination? Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison will fight for your rights.
In recent years, a great deal of progress has been made towards ensuring fair treatment and inclusion for individuals with all kinds of disabilities. Unfortunately, employers still occasionally engage in discriminatory practices against individuals with disabilities.
If you suspect you have been laid off or fired for reasons related to a disability, PLBSH can help. Our disability discrimination attorneys understand all the protections provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. We truly care about your situation and you can trust us to work hard to help you achieve your goals in the case, whether you wish to be reinstated in your position and/or want to secure monetary damages.
How to Prove Wrongful Termination Based on Disability
In order to win your case, we will need to prove the following key points:
- You Have a Qualifying Disability: In order to be considered disabled under the law, you must have a physical or mental injury, disease, or ailment that substantially limits your life and/or your ability to earn a living.
- You Are Able to Do Your Job: If your disability makes it impossible for you to fulfil your job responsibilities, obviously this is a problem. However, before firing you, your employer must consider whether any reasonable accommodation may be made which would enable you to continue working.
- A Wrongful Termination Occurred: Assuming you do have a qualifying disability and you are or would be able to do your job with reasonable accommodation, you may still be fired for poor performance or for no reason at all. In order to show that you were a victim of wrongful termination, we must show that your dismissal was directly related to your disability.
Get Expert Help Building Your Case
Wrongful termination claims based on disability can be complicated, but fortunately you don’t have to become a legal expert yourself in order to secure the justice and compensation you deserve. At Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison, our disability discrimination experts already understand the law in detail and are ready and waiting to help. You can trust us to explain your rights and options to you and help you build the strongest possible claim.
Whether your case ends up being resolved in arbitration/mediation or must proceed to court, we will fight aggressively for your best interests every step of the way.
Call us at (800) 435-7542 now to learn more about hiring Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison as your wrongful termination attorneys.