Lucien Law Group
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Prevent Or Respond To Disability Discrimination

If you've been injured in a work-related accident, you may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits and/or Social Security disability benefits to compensate for lost wages. The law requires employers to make "reasonable accommodations" for employees with temporary and permanent disabilities — for example, assigning tasks appropriate to the worker's abilities, and making your workspace safe and accessible.

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Unfortunately, some employers do not adhere to this rule. Worse still, an employer may fire an employee or deny them a promotion because of their disability. That's where Lucien Law Group comes in. Disability discrimination is against the law — our attorney will help you determine whether your rights have been violated, and how to respond with legal action.

Keep Your Employer Accountable To The Law

If you need assistance in filing a workers' compensation claim, we can direct you to a trusted colleague. Our focus is not on workers' compensation law itself, however, but on the discrimination that can result from the treatment you receive after an injury.

Disability cases are often built on a keen understanding of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and here in California our job is to assert disabled workers' rights as they are outlined in California Labor Code. In particular, your disability discrimination case will rest heavily on Section 132a of the state's Labor Code.

Call An Experienced Disability Discrimination Lawyer Today

Lucien Law Group represents clients facing disability discrimination and helps them assert their rights as members of the workforce and the California judicial system.

To see how Lucien Law Group can help in your case, contact us online or call us at 818-937-1411 and schedule a free initial consultation in our Encino office.

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