Americans with Disabilities Act
Protecting the Rights of Individuals with Disabilities
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for individuals
with disabilities. Amended in 2008, the ADA provides laws and regulations
regarding building design, public accommodations, transportation, TDD
/ telephone relay services, and employment for Americans with disabilities.
Businesses and employers must comply with the laws found in the ADA to
ensure that individuals with disabilities are not subject to discrimination
as a consumer, patron, client, or employee.
As an American with a recognized disability, you should not be treated
as inferior to any person. Whether you've been employed and are experiencing
discrimination, or if you are being denied a job or promotion due to your
disability, you may be able to bring the matter to light and obtain compensation
through a claim. You can also file a lawsuit if you have faced harassment
or discrimination while in a shop, restaurant, or any other business.
Chavez Law Firm handles all types of employment law cases and can help you file a lawsuit
against anyone who is violating your rights under the ADA. We have 20
years of collective legal experience and are more than willing to discuss
your legal options with you through an initial
Hire an El Paso Employment Law Attorney
Chavez Law Firm has obtained fair compensation for countless cases over
the years. As a respected member of the Texas legal community, Attorney
Enrique Chavez has served as chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section
of the State Bar of Texas and well as chairing the bar's Annual Employment
Law Update Conference in years past. Our firm is more than capable of
defending your rights.
Contact us at your earliest convenience to speak with an
El Paso employment attorney.