What Is a Lack of Reasonable Accommodation [Disability Discrimination]?
It is illegal for employers to discriminate against their employees based on a current or past disability. The law requires employers to provide “Reasonable Accommodation” for disabled workers. This means they must do everything reasonably in their power to accommodate a disabled employee. A disability can be physical or non-physical (ie mental, psychological, developmental). The law requires that employers accommodate disabled employees unless it is exceptionally difficult to do so.
Do you have a Lack of Reasonable Accommodation Claim?
If you are disabled and were:
• Denied Employment
• Fired from your Job
• Otherwise discriminated against because of your disability
You may have a Lack of Reasonable Accommodation legal claim against your employer. New Jersey laws and courts protect the rights of disabled workers. An experienced employment attorney can fight to protect your rights. Contact us online or call at 1-908-928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817