The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) requires employers provide reasonable accommodations (changes to the workplace) that allow disabled employees to perform their job duties. If you have a disability or medical condition that requires an accommodation (e.g. a temporary leave of absence, speech recognition software or an ergonomic chair, to name a few potential accommodations) and your employer failed to provide said accommodation, your employer may be liable under the FEHA. Mr. Henderson has extensive experience handling cases involving claims where an employer failed to provide reasonable accommodation to a disabled employee. Disabled employees are protected in this State, if you feel that you were denied reasonable accommodation due to a disability or medical condition please contact our firm for a free case evaluation.