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About The American with Disabilities Act

The American with Disabilities Act was signed on July 26, 1990. It prohibits discrimination with against people with disabilities who can still perform the responsibilities of their job description from workplace, with or without reasonable accommodation. This law may recognize a person as "disabled" if he or has:

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We understand how costly it can be to recover from serious injuries - which is why unless you win or settle your case, you don't need to pay for our legal services.

We have offices located in Adrian, Ann Arbor, and Jackson, MI

American Arbitration Association


American Trial Lawyers Association


Fellow Hearing Panelist – Attorney Discipline Board


Michigan Association for Justice


National Organization of Social

Security Claimants’ Representative (NOSSCR)


State Bar Representative Assembly


American Bar Association


Affiliation of Lenawee County Bar Association


There are strict deadlines that can affect your case, so it is important to pursue your rights promptly. If you feel that you’ve been discriminated against in the workplace on the basis of your disability, call our experienced lawyers now for a FREE review of your case.

  • An injury that prevents you from working for a certain period of time, such as a shoulder injury, hand injury, or eye injury.

  • An injury that requires surgery, such as back surgery or a hysterectomy.

  • Any type of disease or disability such as epilepsy, cancer, osteoporosis, or asthma.

  • Any type of mental disability such as chronic depression or bipolar disorder.

Call our experienced lawyers now for a FREE review of your case


Adrian: 517-263-7884

Jackson: 517-787-1419

Ann Arbor: 734-747-9883

For more information on your rights, you can also visit the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Website.