Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

Pennsylvania Disability Discrimination Attorneys

If you have been terminated or discriminated against because of a disability or medical condition, you have rights. The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employers discriminating against or terminating an employee because of a disability.

Samuel J. Cordes & Associates is a law firm dedicated to protecting the legal rights of employees in the workplace. We are experienced, knowledgeable in the law and determined to prevail for our clients.

Contact us for a consultation with a lawyer. We want to help you get compensation and justice for the wrongs done to you.

The Reasonable Accommodation Standard

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to provide "reasonable accommodation" which enable an employee with a disability to do his or her job. A reasonable accommodation can be something as simple as an adjustable worktable, a special computer monitor or other accessory. Nevertheless, some employers fail to make even the most basic provisions for employees with disabilities.

If your employer has refused to provide reasonable accommodation, or has terminated or disciplined you when you asked for it, our firm can represent you in the appropriate legal venue.

Experienced Employment Law Attorneys

Samuel J. Cordes & Associates focuses on representing employees in cases involving discrimination, wrongful termination, equal rights and other matters. Our attorneys are successful litigators with the knowledge, resources and argumentation skills needed to pursue disability discrimination cases.

We will fight to get you the compensation and justice you deserve.

If you or a family member has a medical condition which requires ongoing treatment, your employer cannot deny you family leave time. Our firm can help you assert your FMLA rights.

Learn more about disability discrimination issues, or call us at 866-570-1680 to talk with a lawyer about your case.

Contact a Pittsburgh Americans with Disabilities Act Lawyer

For a consultation about an ADA case, contact our firm.