Lawyers For Disability Discrimination Claims Representing Employees In North Florida And South Georgia For 20 Years
Pregnant women, workers who require leave due to a serious health condition or that of a covered family member, and people with disabilities are afforded specific employment rights and protections under two federal laws: the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Unfortunately, employers routinely ignore these laws, misinform employees or retaliate when workers invoke their rights.
The Tallahassee law firm of Marie A. Mattox, P.A., is known for holding those companies accountable through lawsuits to enforce rights or collect damages. Serving North Florida and South Georgia, our lawyers represent disabled workers, pregnant workers and others covered under FMLA or ADA. Contact us today for a consultation.
Americans With Disabilities Act Discrimination
The ADA makes it illegal to discriminate in hiring or in the workplace on the basis of a person’s physical or mental disabilities. Furthermore, the ADA requires employers to make reasonable accommodations of the disability in order for that person to perform his or her job. A common form of discrimination is refusing to hire disabled workers who are equally or more qualified than other applicants. Other disabled employees are treated unequally in job assignments and promotions, or they are terminated when they demand accommodations such as handicapped parking, special equipment or adjusted work hours.
Experienced Employment Law Advocates
If you believe that an employer’s adverse employment actions were related to your FMLA leave or disability, our experienced legal team will vigorously advocate for you. Founding attorney Marie Mattox has litigated these cases for more than 20 years in state, federal and appeals courts of Florida and Georgia, with consistently good results for our clients. Call us at 850-641-8988 or contact us online to schedule a confidential consultation with a Tallahassee FMLA claims discrimination attorney.