Employment Disability DiscriminationThe Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, contains provisions that prohibit individuals from being discriminated with throughout the entire course of the employment process. This includes everything from the initial employment application to hiring to promotion. The prohibition not only covers discrimination in state and local governments, but also stretches to the private sector.

Because discriminating against an individual on the basis of their disability is illegal, if you have been discriminated against, you might be able to recover monetary damages for your unfair and illegal treatment. Your remedies can include compensation and potentially even punitive damages, depending on the facts of the case.

Here are the answers to some ADA FAQs.

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You can also find more information about Age Discrimination or Racial Discrimination.

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