Specializing in Rights of Employees
Your work is your lifeline. As an individual, you have every right to work based on what you prefer. But sometimes, an employer may try to take advantage of your disability and may treat you in an
With 44 years of experience and 24 years in office, the attorneys at Burke Law Offices have the right expertise to help you file for compensation against disability discrimination done by your employer. Our experienced attorneys are very kind, loyal and easy to work with. They only work with individuals,
If you have a disability and have experienced a negative action because of your disability, you may file a claim with the State of Wisconsin or the Federal EEOC. Your claim must generally be filed within 300 days of the occurrence of the act.
Under the ADAAA (Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act), which is an amended Federal Disability Law, the definition of a disability has been significantly broadened since 2011 for the benefit of the disabled employee. The expanded definition of a disability can also include a temporary condition.
Being fired for your disability can be quite traumatizing since your livelihood has been taken away from you. We understand the pain and confusion you're going through.
To help you overcome this situation as quickly as possible, we will consider working on your case with a contingent fee in which we are not paid anything unless successful.
Remember, when a supervisor sees the actions of disability discrimination, age discrimination and discrimination based on nationality and either fosters that discrimination by statements of actions (such as using offensive names or terms in relation to your origin or making fun of you because of your age or disability) the case is very serious in that those actions are being done by a member of management.
It becomes important, however, if these actions are occurring by your supervisor that you file a claim with the state of Wisconsin or the Federal EEOC within 300 days of the last action by
We'll help you to ensure that you don't work in an inferior environment due to:
Firing due to injury
Don't hesitate to talk to us and discuss your problem. Call 920-845-5060 for FREE telephonic consultation and confidential voice messaging.
We only work with individuals, not businesses.
We service clients in all Wisconsin counties and cities.
We can make arrangements to meet you for an initial conference in your locality and at your convenience.
Contact us today for the legal counsel you need.