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Law Office of Sandra D. Parker - business

212-317-2883

110 East 59th Street, Suite 3200, New York, NY 10022

NO STONE
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MORE THAN THREE DECADES OF LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Standing Up Against Disability Discrimination

Employers cannot discriminate against disabled individuals who can perform their required job responsibilities. Employers are required to make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees. If you are disabled, your employer cannot fire you, demote you or take any other adverse employment action against you.

If your employer has refused to promote you or has terminated you because of a disability or handicap, contact our experienced New York City disability discrimination attorney, Sandra D. Parker. Call +1-212-317-2883 or send us an email.

Employees can request all sorts of reasonable accommodations, from specialized work equipment such as computers and furniture to flexible work schedules and time off from work for doctor’s visits.

At the Law Office of Sandra D. Parker, we provide experienced and personal attention to all of our clients. We understand that if you have been fired from your job, it is a difficult time for you. You can count on us to diligently review the facts of your case to determine if you have a meritorious disability discrimination claim. We leave no stone unturned.

Armed with legal knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of the facts, our attorney, Sandra D. Parker, powerfully negotiates with the other side and, if necessary, will fight for your interests in court.

Contact Our New York Attorney For Legal Help Today

Call us at +1-212-317-2883 to arrange for a consultation with a skilled New York disability discrimination lawyer. The Law Office of Sandra D. Parker is in the Rockefeller Center area, close to St. Patrick’s Cathedral.