Brown Deer Disability Lawyers

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Individuals with disabilities are protected from discrimination in the workplace according to both Wisconsin and federal laws. Disability laws afford disabled persons in Brown Deer an equal opportunity to be hired and advance in their chosen professions. Employers are required by disbility laws to make reasonable accomodations for disabled persons to execute their tasks.

Wisconsin Employment for the Disabled

Both government and private employers are prohibited from discriminating against the disabled according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In Wisconsin, employers are not allowed to consider a person's disability when making decisions regarding hiring, job positions, or advancement opportunities.

Besides treating them equally, Brown Deer employers must also provide disabled workers with any specific equipment needed for work, according to reasonable costs. Furthermore, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, employers may not discriminate against people based upon their relation to disabled persons with special needs.

When do I need an Attorney in Brown Deer?

Brown Deer has numerous lawyers specializing in employment law and persons with disabilities. Consulting with a lawyer beforehand will help you be prepared in the event of unforseen difficulties.

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Life in Brown Deer

Brown Deer is a village in Milwaukee County and was formerly a part of the town of Granville. Brown Deer officially incorporated on January 20, 1955 and is home to 13,000 Wisconsin residents. The village covers a total of 4.4 square miles and plays host to a large population of Caucasians and African-Americans over half of whom are married. The village is one of only two municipalities in Wisconsin that retains an African American population greater than 10%.

Brown Deer is popular among families because of it's great schools which include Deen Elementary School, Brown Deer Middle School, and Brown Deer High School. Formerly, Algonquin Elementary School was open on North 47th Street but closed because it could not compete with the newer Deen Elementary School. Brown Deer residents enjoy access to many nearby parks and shopping centers that also attract visitors from neighboring counties. Brown Deer also has an outstanding kids sports program for residents which offers baseball, soccer, and basketball among other sports.

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