Disabled workers may be entitled to have their employer provide reasonable accommodations to their job environment that make it easier to complete their work. These reasonable accommodations can include a modified workstation or work schedules.
If you suffer from a qualified disability, your employer is obligated to provide accommodations, as long as they do not impose an undue hardship on the employer’s business. Even temporary disabilities may qualify an employee for medical leave under the Family Medical Leave Act or Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact Maurer Law today for a free consultation and evaluation of your potential claim.