Disability Rights for Faculty

Disability Rights for Employees

Faculty members or staff with disabilities are protected under the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, also known as the ADA, as well as Section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for employers to violate the terms of the ADA and harm their employees as a result. If this has happened to you, you can count on our disability rights lawyer to fight for your rights today. Contact Allen Harris so we can get started.

Do I Need a Disability Rights Lawyer?

All those who believe that their rights have been violated are entitled to skilled legal counsel who cares about your well-being. Fortunately, you have just found those attorneys here at Allen Harris .

Understanding Your Rights Under the Americans With Disabilities Act and Section 504

First and foremost, you should understand your rights under the Americans With Disabilities Act and Section 504. Section 504 and ADA are interpreted almost identically, and they state that you have a right to request reasonable accommodations. If you can prove that you have either a physical or mental impairment (and have a record of this impairment) you should be protected under these laws, so long as you can demonstrate that you are otherwise capable of fulfilling the conditions of your employment. Employers are legally required to provide employees with reasonable accommodations as long as the accommodations do not impose undue hardship on the employer in question. At the very least, employers must enter into a dialogue to negotiate reasonable accommodations with you. If you believe that your rights afforded under the ADA or Section 504 were infringed by your employer, and our firm is here to help.

Contact Our Disability Rights Lawyer

Regardless of the circumstances of your case, if you believe your rights under the ADA or Section 504 have been violated, you can depend on us to fight for the outcome you deserve. Contact Allen Harris today to learn more about how we can assist you.