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Complaints under the Americans With Disabilities Act | Reasonable Accommodation in Employment
Pursuant to the terms of the Americans With Disabilities Act (the “ADA”), all employers covered by the provisions of the act must refrain from engaging in workplace discrimination based on a person’s status as disabled. In addition, ADA-covered companies and employers must also make “reasonable accommodations to workers with disabilities. If you or someone you love has either been treated differently on the job because of a disability, or denied a reasonable accommodation to allow him to perform his or her job, you may have a claim for damages. You want to contact the Law Offices of Boniface K. Cobbina to determine your rights.
At the offices of attorney Cobbina, P.C., in Washington, D.C., we bring more than 35 years of experience to men and women in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding area, focusing our practice on employment law matters, including claims under the ADA. We take an aggressive approach, carefully gathering, evaluating and preserving all evidence to support your claim. We’ll take the time to get to know you and to understand what you’ve faced in the workplace, as well as your goals, so that we can tailor our counsel to get the outcome you want. We have considerable skills in negotiation, and have often worked out effective settlements for our clients. Nonetheless, we are proven trial attorneys, always willing and able to take your case to court to get the results you seek.
Our Representation in ADA Claims
We will be at your side throughout the legal process, from the initial filing of your complaint through depositions and other discovery to trial, if necessary. We’ll provide you with specific recommendations regarding how to report the incident to your employer, if you have not already disclosed the wrongful conduct.
Before you can file a lawsuit for discrimination under the ADA, you must submit your complaint to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and obtain a “right to sue” letter. We will be your advocate with the EEOC, making certain all paperwork is accurately and timely filed.
Contact Experienced ADA Claims Attorney Boniface K. Cobbina
Protect your rights against discrimination based on a disability. Send us an e-mail or call us at 202-463-6900 to schedule a confidential consultation. We’ll use our considerable experience, skill, knowledge and resources to protect your rights.
Advocacy with Reason, Passion and Results