Chicago Disability Discrimination Lawyers (ADA)

North Suburban Legal Services, LLC., has an experienced team of disability lawyers who can handle even the most complex cases. We help clients protect their civil rights at work and in their daily lives. From our offices in Schaumburg and Chicago, we serve greater Chicagoland and all of Illinois.

This article will outline our disability practice as it relates to employment law and ADA. Please contact us directly at (312) 909-6089 for more information.

The Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the amendments of 2008 define the legal characteristics and rights of people with disabilities in the United States. This law offers broad protections for people with all kinds of disabilities, but proving a case can be a complex process.

Our attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in this emotionally charged, complicated area of the law. Please call us today for a no-obligation, complimentary consultation if you believe you have a case.

Discrimination at Work

Disability discrimination at work could come in many forms. The ADA provides requirements for anti-discrimination and reasonable accommodations. Here are some examples of what you could be within your rights to request:

  • Modification of workplaces and workstations for accessibility
  • Changing discriminatory policies
  • Restructuring duties and jobs
  • Interpretation services
  • Modification of equipment

Discrimination Using Public Services

Public services, most notably public transit, must be accessible to people with disabilities under Title II of the ADA. The applies to (but is not limited to) the following Chicagoland and Illinois transit services:

  • CTA busses and trains
  • Pace and Pace Paratransit
  • Metra Rail
  • Amtrak

Public services, including these transit authorities, cannot deny your participation in programs or activities that are offered to people without disabilities. Please contact us for any specific questions regarding your access under Title II.

Discrimination at Privately Owned Businesses and Facilities

Under ADA’s Title III, you have the right to reasonable accessibility at public accommodations, which include nearly all types of private businesses that serve the public. Examples include restaurants, grocery stores, malls, and even private busses.

New buildings for these types of businesses need to be ADA compliant. If accessibility is readily achievable, businesses must remove any existing barriers.

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The ADA also applies to telecommunications and various other situations. If you believe that you were denied opportunity of any kind because of your disability, the ADA might apply to your situation. The same could be true if your employer is not making reasonable accommodations that would allow you to perform your job. Please call our Chicago disability discrimination lawyers at (312) 909-6089 to schedule a free consultation.




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    Chicago, IL 60601
    Phone: (312) 909-6089
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    Schaumburg, IL 60173
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