Disability Discrimination Lawyer Serving in Rancho Cucamonga
Effectively Protecting Disabled Citizens for Over 40 Years
Any and all discrimination is wrong, but disability discrimination is an especially evil and unjust form of discrimination because it takes advantage of those who are unable to protect themselves. Employers that discriminate against employees for their mental, physical, or developmental disabilities deserve to be held accountable for their heinous actions. If you or someone you love has been unfairly discriminated against in the workplace for their disability, contact a disability discrimination lawyer from the Law Offices of John D. Lueck today. We can help provide you with the high-quality legal representation you need to hold the responsible party accountable.
Experienced & Compassionate Care
Our San Bernardino employment law attorney has over four decades of experience with successfully protecting the rights of our clients. Over the years, we have represented and defended over 7,000 clients who have faced legal issues in Southern California. We were able to achieve this thanks to our comprehensive understanding of law, especially law revolving around disability discrimination. Our skilled legal team knows all of the laws, policies, procedures, and paperwork associated with this specific area of law and we can help you with the entire legal process.
John D. Lueck is established and widely respected by his peers and presiding judges alike. Over the years, he has gotten to know them very well and has developed close relationships with countless prosecutors, judges, bailiffs, expert witnesses, and other legal workers. He is a persuasive negotiator at the table and an aggressive litigator in court. Regardless of if you want to take your case to a judgment or settle out of court, our employment law attorney will support you and be with you every step of the way. You can sleep well at night knowing the knowledgeable and caring attorneys at Law Offices of John D. Lueck are fighting for you.
What Is Disability Discrimination?
Our disability discrimination lawyer interprets the guidelines of the law directly as they are reported by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The organization states that disability discrimination occurs when an employer or entity, having 15 employees or more, treats a qualified person with a disability unfavorably simply because of said disability. In addition, it states that the law also applies to employers who treat anyone with a history of disabilities unfavorably, simply because of their past experience. This could include someone who has battled with cancer and may be in remission or anyone who has struggled with mental illness and receives regular treatment.
It is illegal to discriminate against anyone who is disabled in any aspect of their job, including:
- Job assignments
Disability Discrimination & Harassment
If it unlawful to harass any employee who has a disability, has had one in the past, or is even believed to have a short term disability. A harasser can be a supervisor, co-worker, client, vendor, or anyone who is not employed by the same company but is connected by a third party.
Disability Discrimination & Reasonable Accommodation
Reasonable accommodation is defined as a change in the workplace environment that allows the disabled employee to perform their duties efficiently. These changes can include a wheelchair ramp, elevator access, or a reader or interpreter for the blind or hearing impaired.
Compassionate San Bernardino Employment Law Attorney
At Law Offices of John D. Lueck, our disability discrimination lawyer understands that when our clients’ disabilities become a point of contention, it hinders their ability to work and provide for their families. This unfair and unfavorable treatment delivers a stunning blow, not only to the restricted party’s finances but also as a disruption to their self-esteem and quality of life.
If this is happening to you, or someone you love, do not stand by while your rights are being violated. Contact our firm today to find out how we can help you fight for redemption and a settlement so you can get your life back.