The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against all people with disabilities, especially where employment is concerned. ADA accommodation lawyers are employment lawyers that work specifically to identify and counter disability-based discrimination, ensuring that reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are made by employers.
However, the definition for "disability" under the ADA is very specific, and there are many possible employer defenses to disability discrimination. If you have been fired for having a disability or for requesting an accommodation, your employer has not made an accommodation for you in a reasonable length of time, or you have been injured as a result of a business establishments failure to provide reasonable access, you may have a claim under the ADA for damages.
A skilled employment lawyer with experience in disability law and the rules of the ADA can help you evaluate your case, gather evidence, hire experts, and represent you in court for you to be able to get all the necessary accessibility benefits that you require.