Welcome to Ceartas Legal LLP. One of San Diego’s leading employment law firms, our skilled disability discrimination lawyers will fight vigorously to preserve and protect your right to reasonable accommodations and non-discriminatory treatment in the workplace.

At Ceartas Legal LLP, our employment attorneys started an employee right’s law firm after spending years working in employment defense. This experience has provided us with unique insight into how employers fight cases brought by victims of disability discrimination in the workplace. Our lawyers know how to obtain results!

If you are disabled and have been subjected to harassment or discrimination at work, or if your employer refuses to make reasonable accommodations as required under the law, please contact one of the expert employment lawyers at Ceartas Legal. Call (619) 819-9396 or (619) 819-5120 to speak directly to a San Diego disability discrimination attorney for a free consultation.

California’s Fair Employment & Housing Act (FEHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibit disability discrimination in the workplace, and require employers to make reasonable accommodations for their disabled workers.

Disability discrimination cases are taken on contingency.  You won’t pay any attorney fees until we obtain a judgment or settlement on your behalf.

Conveniently located in downtown San Diego, the disability discrimination attorneys & disability accommodation lawyers at Ceartas Legal LLP proudly represent clients throughout the county.

Disability Discrimination Lawyer in San Diego

Under Federal & State law, employers are prohibited from discriminating against potential or current employees who have been diagnosed with either a physical or mental disability.

Employers are forbidden from terminating an employee, or reducing their hours and / or compensation due to a disability.

Additionally, disability discrimination also includes the refusal to do the following due to a worker’s disability:

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  • Hire
  • Award Equal Pay or Compensation, including Merit Raises or Bonuses
  • Provide Benefits that other Employees Receive
  • Provide the Opportunity for Promotion
  • Provide Training that is Available to Other Employees

If you have been subjected to any such conduct, please complete our Case Evaluation Form. An attorney will review the information, and will contact you to discuss your situation.

Our San Diego employment lawyers are skilled negotiators, and will make every reasonable effort to settle your matter fairly and justly. However, if your employer refuses to pay you the compensation you deserve, our attorneys possess the experience to take your case to trial and obtain results.