Employee Disability Discrimination

Nobody should be treated unfairly because of a disability. Michigan and federal laws protect you from disability discrimination in the workplace. A disability is a physical or mental condition that limits one or more major life activities. Many individuals have disabilities that do not prevent them from doing their jobs.

Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees on the basis of a disability, a history of disability, or the perception of a disability. Employers must work with an employee with a disability to provide reasonable accommodations, if needed, so that the employee can perform job functions.

If you have been mistreated by your employer due to a disability, the law allows you to seek relief from your employer’s improper action. Gold Star Law can help you gain workplace accommodation and compensation for economic and emotional losses. We are a metro Detroit firm covering all of Michigan. Contact Gold Star Law for a free and confidential consultation.