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12626 High Bluff Drive, Ste 330, San Diego, CA 92130 • Phone: (858) 623-
Douglas F. Walters
12626 High Bluff Drive,
Phone: (858) 623-
Fax: (858) 623-
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibit workplace discrimination against individuals with physical or mental disabilities. Failure to comply with these Acts may result in significant penalties and employer liability.
San Diego Disability Discrimination Lawyer Doug Walters is a seasoned Employment Law Attorney who has been fighting against disability discrimination in the workplace for 35 years.
If you believe that you have been the victim of Disability Discrimination, please contact the Law Offices of Disability Discrimination Attorney Douglas F. Walters at (858) 623-
Devoted to providing highly personalized legal representation, Disability Discrimination Lawyer Douglas Walters responds to all emails and telephone calls in a timely manner. He also ensures that clients are kept informed regarding the status of their case. Additionally, should any new information come to light that may impact your matter, you will be contacted immediately.
Disabilities are broadly defined under the law, and provide protection to individuals who suffer from a vast array of conditions. Under the ADA, disability refers to one who has a documented medical or psychiatric condition that substantially impairs or limits one’s ability to participate in major life activities. A knowledgeable lawyer can provide additional information pertaining to qualifying conditions.
Covered conditions include but are not limited to the following:
At the Law Offices of Lawyer Douglas F. Walters, we have extensive experience in a wide variety of Disability Discrimination cases, including those arising based upon the following:
Contact San Diego Disability Discrimination Attorney Doug Walters for additional information. Mr. Walters will thoroughly review the circumstances of your case, and will provide an honest and up-
In addition to providing protections for the disabled, the ADA and FEHA also mandate that employers must provide reasonable accommodations in the workplace to allow those with disabilities the ability to carry out their normal job duties.
Reasonable accommodations are based upon the individual needs of the employee, and must be specifically requested. However, employers are not required to make accommodations that would result in undue hardship. When analyzing if an accommodation would place undue hardship upon an employer, numerous factors will be taken into account such as the:
Examples of Reasonable Accommodations may include: restructuring an employee’s hours to allow for medical appointments and treatment; providing interpreters for the hearing impaired; obtaining equipment that will allow the employee to perform their jobs; modifying an employee’s workspace to make it readily accessible to those who utilize wheelchairs or other medical equipment to assist movement; and additional nutritional breaks as necessary for those with conditions such as diabetes.
An experienced lawyer will be able to make a preliminary determination as to whether or not an accommodation may be deemed reasonable, and if a violation of the reasonable accommodation rule has taken place.
Because Disability Discrimination cases may be extremely complex, particularly those pertaining to reasonable accommodation violations, it is crucial that you retain an attorney who possesses extensive experience handling these matters.
San Diego Disability Discrimination Attorney Doug Walters has been successfully representing individuals in these cases for 35 years, and has earned a reputation for excellence in the field.
If you have reason to believe that you have been the victim of Disability Discrimination in the Workplace, contact the Law Offices of Douglas F. Walters by calling (858) 623-
Conveniently located in San Diego, Mr. Walters proudly represents clients throughout the region.
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