To be considered an individual with a disability in California, you must have one or more conditions limiting major life activities. For example, this condition must limit your ability to engage in activities such as walking, breathing, eating, hearing, seeing, working, and even socializing. Disabilities are not limited to physical limitations, but also include mental disabilities such as learning disabilities, emotional or mental illness, developmental disorders, and organic brain syndrome. These disabilities can be as explicit as the necessity to use a wheelchair, using a cane, or being disfigured or can be as indistinct as depression, heart problems, breathing difficulties, or even sleep apnea.
If you have a disability and are a victim of unlawful harassment, discrimination, or termination because of your medical issue or disability, we at SW Employment Law Group are here to help you.
At the end of it all, you can rest easy knowing that at SW Employment Law Group we will not rest until you are rightfully served!