Medical and Disability Discrimination
Awareness of anti-discrimination laws regarding race, ancestry, national origin, color, religion, age, gender and sexual orientation is widespread. But did you know that California anti-discrimination laws also prohibit discrimination on the basis of medical conditions and disability leave?
Californians have a right to work regardless of their age, race and other factors. Californians also have a right to be free from workplace discrimination regarding their need for occasional time off to obtain medical care, recover from medical procedures or care for loved ones. Californians also have a right to reasonable accommodations in the workplace in regard to physical and emotional limitations.
If you have questions regarding your medical and disability rights in the workplace, or feel you are being discriminated against at work, we can help. The Los Angeles, California, medical and disability discrimination law firm of Lyon Law has helped thousands of workers and employees in the greater Los Angeles area.
Has your employer failed to provide accommodations in the workplace for a physical or emotional medical condition? Have you been fired or penalized as a result of your need for medical or disability leave? Contact Lyon Law at (310) 818-7700 for experienced legal help.
If you or your wife needs time off due to pregnancy, you have numerous rights under several state and federal maternity laws, including the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). If you are unable to perform your current duties at work, your employer is required to investigate ways to adjust your work space, your duties or, in the case of emotional difficulties, your stress. And if you need an extended amount of time off for medical recovery, or need to receive prolonged or permanent disability pay, it is vital that your employer understand and support your rights.
Discrimination law attorney Geoff Lyon has over 30 years of litigation experience, has handled over 100 employment law cases and has taken numerous cases to trial. If you have questions regarding medical or disability discrimination, contact our office. We offer no-charge consultations, and can fully answer your questions, protect your employee rights and provide aggressive legal representation.
Your employer is legally obligated to provide reasonable workplace accommodations for your physical or mental disabilities. If they have not, or you have been retaliated or discriminated against due to the accommodations you have requested, we may be able to help you secure compensation and justice for the illegal actions taken against you.Contact Us
It is important to get exceptional legal guidance before making any decisions regarding your possible employment law case. Our consultations have no charge and you don’t pay us anything unless you win. We will also advance any legal fees and expenses necessary for your case. You can contact us during business hours or make a special appointment if you need us to accommodate evening or weekend appointments. We are located just off the 405 freeway. To contact us call (310) 818-7700 or through this website via the box conveniently found on the upper left-hand corner.