Reasonable Accommodation

According to state and federal law, your employer is responsible for providing reasonable accommodation for your disability. By not reasonably providing for your specific situation, your employer may be in violation of the law.

To understand your rights under the reasonable accommodation laws and the possibility of taking action against your employer, turn to a member of our experienced legal team at the office of Jay S. Rothman & Associates. We have over 50 years of combined experience handling a range of employment law matters for clients across the San Fernando Valley and Southern California.

There are numerous accommodations that must be made to suit your individual needs. Below are some of the common types of accommodations that may be made, though there are many others that we can personally discuss with you:

  • Working hours
  • Type of chair and/or desk
  • Office equipment
  • How you get to work
  • Specific break and/or lunch times
  • Medical accommodations

Individuals seeking accommodation of their religion may also be entitled to space for prayer and other religion-specific adaptations in the office area.

Contact a California reasonable accommodation attorney at the office of Jay S. Rothman & Associates today to discuss your options for filing a claim against an employer in violation of the law. We offer a free initial consultation so you can learn more about your rights from a member of our legal team. Flexible appointment times are available and costs are advanced. No recovery, no fee. Also, we advance costs and offer flexible appointment times to accommodate your working schedule. Trust your reasonable accommodation case to our dedicated legal team.