New York City Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Work Discrimination Attorneys
Helping the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Communities Fight Work Discrimination in New York State
Members of the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities deserve to work in environments free from disability discrimination. Unfortunately, too many people with hearing loss are routinely refused the reasonable accommodations they are entitled to under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Fortunately, the law offers remedies to people who have been subject to unjust treatment at work.
Our compassionate team at Bruce J. Gitlin, P.C. is ready to hold your employer accountable if you have been subject to any form of disability discrimination, including a refusal to consider or implement reasonable accommodations. We make it our mission to champion the rights of the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities, and we understand how to effectively approach these cases. Our New York City deaf and hard-of-hearing work discrimination lawyers have over 40 years of experience and will guide you through each stage of the litigation process. No matter the complexity or scope of your case, we will fight to secure the just result you deserve.
Contact us online or call (646) 513-4556 to schedule an initial consultation. Our firm offers services in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language (ASL).