A jury's verdict awarding a police officer $225,000 in damages in an American With Disabilities Act (ADA) suit has been upheld on appeal. The police officer, Det. William Blake, a 24 year veteran, claimed that Baltimore County violated his rights when it required him to take neurological and fitness-for-duty tests ten years after a potential seizure. Blake also claimed that the tests were ordered in retaliation for his having testified in favor of another police officer in an administrative hearing.

Source: Baltimore Sun

Lexington, Kentucky disability lawyer Robert Abell represents employees in cases involving violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and Kentucky law.

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