If You Were Fired, Demoted, or Otherwise Mistreated at Work for a Medical Condition, Give Orange County Employment Law Firm a Call
At Orange County Employment Law Firm, we have experienced employment lawyers ready to discuss your medical condition discrimination case. Unlike other law firms, we specialize in employment law exclusively and are entirely dedicated to holding employers accountable when they violate an employee’s rights. Not only do we offer free, no-obligation case evaluations, but we also operate on a 100% contingency fee basis, which means there’s no fee unless we win your case–guaranteed.
To find out if your case is worth pursuing, give our office a call at (949) 506-6825. Within 24 hours, you’ll be able to speak to our medical condition discrimination attorney. After hearing a bit about your case, our attorney will determine if our firm can assist you and explain why or why not. In order to deliver the best results for our clients, we prefer to devote a greater amount of time and energy on a limited number of cases. As a result, if we do decide to take your case, you can expect a highly personalized experience, easy access to your case manager and attorney, and the reassurance that we are working hard to get you the maximum compensation possible.
WHAT IS MEDICAL CONDITION DISCRIMINATION?
Is your employer discriminating against you based on a medical condition?
A “medical condition” is defined as:
1) Any health impairment related to or associated with a record, history, or diagnosis of cancer,
2) “genetic characteristics.” Government Code §12926(h).
Employers are also prohibited from discriminating on the basis of an individual’s HIV/AIDS status. These restrictions are in addition to the prohibitions against discrimination based upon disabilities.
Some examples of medical condition discrimination include but are not limited to:
- Not being accommodated as advised by your doctor
- Termination (or other reprimand) before or after a medical leave
- Termination (or other reprimand) after notifying employers that you have a medical condition
- Being treated differently after you notify employers of your medical condition (being ignored, met with hostility, sudden change of performance reviews, etc.)
If You’ve Faced Workplace Discrimination Based Upon Your Medical Condition, Call Orange County Employment Law Firm for a FREE Case Analysis
If you feel that you are being discriminated against based on a medical condition that fits within the above criteria, call our offices immediately for a free consultation. Within 24 hours, you’ll be able to talk to a highly trained and experienced employment law attorney about your medical discrimination claim. If we take your case, you can trust that Orange County Employment Law Firm will provide the highly personalized, dedicated attention you need in order to get you the maximum compensation you are owed.