fired because of a disability

If a person is fired for limitations directly associated with a documented disability they have which the employer has been advised of, what are their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act?

1 answer  |  asked Sep 29, 2001 05:36 AM [EST] in Employment Law  |  applies to California

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Janet M. Koehn
your rights are better under the feha

if you have direct evidence that you were fired on account of physical limitations, and you could still perform your critical job duties with or without "accommodation", you have a claim under both state and federal law. you should contact an attorney experienced in employment law. if you are in southern california, please call me for a telephone consultation.
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posted by Janet M. Koehn  |  Sep 29, 2001 3:37 PM [EST]

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