Lorain Disability Lawyers
Disabilities Under Ohio Law
Under Ohio and Federal laws, discriminating against persons with disabilities is prohibited in the workplace. These laws provide persons with disabilities in Lorain equal opportunities for getting hired and being advanced in ther respective professions. Disability laws also require employers to include reasonable accomodations in order that disabled people may properly perform their job.
Ohio Employment for the Disabled
Whether you are employed by a government agency or a private company, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against the disabled. Employers in the state of
Employers in Lorain must also provide any special equipment that the disabled person may require for performing duites, so long costs are reasonable. This is in addition to providing fair treatment. Employers are also prohibited under the act from discrimination based on a person's relation to someone with a disability or special needs.
When do I need an Attorney in Lorain?
Many lawyers in Lorain specialize in employment laws dealing with individuals with disabilities. It can be helpful to consult with a lawyer who may be able to help guide you should difficulties come up.
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Life in LorainLorain is in the northeast portion of Ohio. Specifically, it is located near Lake Erie, the Black River, and Cleveland. It is a part of Lorain County.
The city is mostly known as home to the Assembly Plant for Ford Motor Company. Primarlly, the Ford Econoline was assembled here.
The city is home to a diverse population that works in a variety of professions. These professions include law. Many attorneys call Lorain home and practice either locally, or in surrounding areas. Therefore, the legal needs of residents and/or businesses will always be taken care of.
Famous residents include Terry Anderson, Charles J. Berry, Stevan Dohanos, Quincy Gillmore, William Hanley, Chad Muska, and Ward Van Orman.