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What You Need To Know About Disability Discrimination

California employees with disabilities have powerful rights under California and federal law that are too often ignored by their employers. If you suspect that you are facing discrimination because of a physical or mental disability, it is crucial that you speak to an experienced discrimination attorney immediately. Ranojoy “Raj” Guha, founder of Guha Law, has worked with countless victims of workplace disability discrimination throughout California and the United States. Raj works tirelessly to protect the rights of all his clients and provide professional, individualized representation that will help secure the best resolution for you.

Disabled Workers Are Protected By Law

California Employees with disabilities are protected by the strongest workplace anti-discrimination law in the United States: the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (the “FEHA”). The FEHA protects employees with physical disabilities as well as mental disabilities such as stress, anxiety, depression, or PTSD. An employer can require an employee with a disability to submit a note from a physician. Once a California employee notifies their employer about any disability, the FEHA requires the employer to immediately begin engaging with that employee in a “good faith, interactive process” to identify reasonable accommodations to allow the employee to continue working despite their disability.

Disability discrimination can sometimes be hard to identify. It is crucial that you speak with an experienced Disability Discrimination attorney immediately if you suspect that you are being targeted because of a disability. For example, employees with disabilities often face discrimination in job requirements, training, salary, benefits, promotions, or unfair discipline. Too often, employers simply manufacture false reasons to fire employees because they requested reasonable accommodations or reported injuries leading to disabilities. California employees with physical or mental disabilities have powerful protections under California and federal law, but those rights mean nothing unless they are asserted.

Call Today For Knowledgeable Representation

Whether you have faced discrimination in hiring or Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy it is critical that you speak with an experienced Disability Discrimination attorney as soon as possible. Raj Guha can help you understand your options and how to protect your rights at every stage in the employment process, from requesting reasonable accommodations from your employer to litigating Disability Discrimination, Retaliation, Harassment, and Wrongful Termination claims in court. Fill out our online contact form or call Mr. Guha at his Orange office at 657-230-2416 today to schedule a free consultation!