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Sacramento Disability Discrimination Attorneys


Employment Disability Discrimination

The California definition of disability is broader than federal laws. If you are dealing with anything that limits your life activities in a substantial way — a bad back, carpal tunnel, depression, and more — you fall under California’s definition of having a disability and your employer is required to accommodate.

If you have experienced a work-related injury, your employer is required to provide workers compensation. Unfortunately, some employers take a different, illegal approach by terminating these employees after an injury or due to a disability. In some cases, when an injured person returns to work with restrictions, an employer will fire or demote him or her. In all of these cases, you are protected under disability discrimination law — regardless of the size of your employer or how long you have worked with the company.

Our disability discrimination attorneys have ample experience in disability cases

Going up against your employer can seem intimidating. But with the experienced professionals at Law Offices of William F. Wright at your side, you should feel empowered. Our sacramento disability discrimination attorneys work diligently to educate and guide our clients through the litigation process so they can feel confident that we are working toward the best possible outcome for each individual case.

California is an at-will employment state, but this does not allow employers to behave illegally toward their employees. Our lawyers have more than 30 years of combined experience advocating for the rights of our clients by offering a high level of attention and care to each individual.

Contact our disability discrimination attorneys at the Law Offices of William F. Wright | 916-245-2219

Contact our discrimination lawyers whether you are currently experiencing disability discrimination or you have been fired because of a disability. Located on J Street, just 10 blocks from the courthouse and capital, our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment outside of those times. If you choose to fill out a contact form, we will respond within one business day, even on the weekends. Call 916-245-2219 to schedule your initial consultation. Attorney Julie Doumit speaks Arabic.