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Most Common Employment Law Issues:

Am I Disabled within the Meaning of the ADA?

An individual is disabled under the ADA if s/he:

Is a Major Life Activity Still “Substantially Limited” If It Can Be Corrected?

Generally, an impairment that can be corrected by glasses, medication, prosthesis, etc. does not “substantially limit” a major life activity. However, treatments necessary for a non-limiting condition, such as chemotherapy for cancer, may “substantially limit” a major life activity. 

Do I Need an Employment Attorney Experienced in Disability Discrimination?

Individuals who feel they have been discriminated against on the basis of their disability should promptly consult an employment attorney. Such an attorney will be able to help you establish whether or not you are disabled under the ADA, as well as help you with federal and state claim filing procedures.

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Last Modified: 02-05-2014 01:01 PM PST

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