New York Disability Discrimination Lawyer

There are numerous steps employers must take to ensure that their employment policies and practices are compliant with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and varying state laws. If your small business is hit with a disability discrimination claim, you must take immediate action to protect your interests. The New York disability discrimination lawyer at the Law Office of Yuriy Moshes is here for you 24/7, to help navigate you through the process of defending against disability discrimination allegations.

What are the FMLA and ADA?

The Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act are a compilation of laws that prohibit businesses and organizations from promoting or engaging in disability discrimination in employment. With ADA and ACRA, employers are prohibited from discriminating against qualified disabled candidates, so long as they can perform the duties of the job when reasonable accommodations are made. The FMLA requires employers that meet certain requirements to offer employees up to three months of unpaid leave for a birth, an adoption, and other specific other family-related issues.

Examples Of Disability Discrimination In The Workplace:

  • Assigning a duty to a disabled person that they cannot do
  • Failing to provide a nearby parking space for a disabled worker
  • Failing to provide a reasonable accommodation such as a piece of equipment that is needed
  • Changing the position of a disabled person to a non-public facing role
  • Failing to allow for breaks to cope with a disability

Our New York Disability Discrimination Lawyer Can Help

The New York disability discrimination lawyer at the Law Office of Yuriy Moshes have extensive experience assisting small businesses identify whether an employee is “qualified” under the FMLA and/or ADA and whether a reasonable accommodation is necessary or can be made. If an accommodation can be made, we help determine whether or not it is unduly burdensome.

Our attorneys frequently guide small business owners and managers through the process to ensure compliance with the ADA. Our goals are to avoid litigation and to successfully defend against allegations of workplace disability discrimination. Call us anytime 27/7 at (877) 275-3004. We’ll let you know your rights and potential claims. The consultation is FREE.