Expert Help for Business Law Cases in West Palm Beach
Skilled West Palm Beach Attorney for Disability Discrimination Cases
Are you having difficulty performing your job because of an underlying medical condition? Under the terms of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), an employer is required to make reasonable accommodations for workers who have physical or mental impairments that have an impact on major life activities. If you feel that your company isn’t meeting this standard, you’re well within your rights as an employee to take legal action. Gary A. Isaacs, P.A. has more than 30 years of experience as a disability discrimination attorney in West Palm Beach, and he can help you in your fight for a positive working environment.
Understanding the Americans With Disabilities Act
When determining if an employer is following the law with regards to ADA compliance, it’s helpful to examine the relevant titles of the legislation. Title II deals with public entities like government agencies, and it states that there should be equal access to programs and services for all people, regardless of disability. Title III applies to any place of public accommodation, and sets construction standards that must be met to afford everyone the same opportunities to enjoy services, goods or facilities without obstruction from architectural barriers. If your place of employment isn’t following the letter of the law, your lawyer could file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Serving Clients in the Jupiter Area
If you’ve been released from your job in West Palm Beach or Jupiter, contact Gary A. Isaacs, P.A. for help negotiating an exit package. With three decades of experience as a severance agreement lawyer, he can help pursue fair compensation for all of your contributions to your former company without unreasonable provisions that prevent you from finding gainful employment in the future. To find out what our business law firm can do for you, or to schedule a consultation appointment, give us a call today at 561-655-9300.
Additional Practice Areas
- Breach of contract
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
- Unemployment appeals (DEO)
- Whistleblowing activities
- Wrongful discharge
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)