Disability discrimination can often be found where an employer discharges, fails to promote, fails to hire, or in any way unfairly mistreats an employee because of a physical or mental disability, so long as that employee is able to perform his or her duties. The law also requires employers to provide and make reasonable accommodations for employees who are disabled so that they could perform their job duties. If you have been victim to an employer’s refusal to provide reasonable accommodations for your disability, we will explain your rights and enforce them through the necessary protections afforded to you by law.