Our lawyers can assist you with your potential disability Discrimination claim in NJ. The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination and Federal Law protect disabled employees from discrimination. Your employer may be violating the law and if it has (1) refused to hire you because you are disabled; (2) demoted, terminated, or reduced your job responsibilities because you are disabled; or (3) you were denied a promotion because you are disabled.
If your employer has done any of the above, it may have violated the law. The Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 and New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination make it illegal to discriminate against disabled workers. Disabled workers are permitted by law to keep working for as long as they are able to complete their job requirements. Your employer cannot tell you that you need to go out on leave or stop working because you are disabled.
Please call one of our NJ Disability Lawyers for a free consultation regarding you disability discrimination claim.