Washington, D.C., Failure To Accommodate Attorneys

Advocates For Victims Of Disability Discrimination

Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination against disabled people and require employers to provide "reasonable accommodations" that enable disabled employees to do their jobs. Disabilities are broadly defined to include people who suffer from chronic conditions, whether physical or mental.

If your employer has failed to provide reasonable accommodations, or you have been discharged because you were unable to perform your job because of a failure to accommodate, you have rights.

Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., is a Washington, D.C., employment discrimination law firm with more than 60 years of combined experience focused on representing employees in cases involving disability discrimination, pregnancy discrimination and medical leave violations. Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable in the law, and we work diligently to obtain results for our clients.

"I cannot imagine a better individual representing me than Alan Lescht."A client of Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C.

What Is A Reasonable Accommodation?

The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission defines an accommodation as:

"Any change in the work environment or in the way things are customarily done that enables an individual with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities."

Some of the accommodations that employers can make are relatively simple, and require little or no financial investment on their part:

  • Providing an employee with an adjustable work table or a large screen computer monitor
  • Allowing an employee to work from home
  • Modifying a job schedule
  • Changing tests, training materials, or policies
  • Reassigning an employee to another position equivalent in pay and responsibilities

How We Can Help

If, after a review of your situation, we believe that you have a meritorious case, Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., will represent you in an appropriate venue, whether in or out of court. We will work with you to determine the remedies you seek, which can include back pay, employee benefits, attorney fees, court costs and reinstatement.

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Please contact our firm to speak with an experienced Washington, D.C., failure to accommodate lawyer. We offer strategic and results-driven legal service to clients in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and federal government employees around the world.