Source: Chicago Tribune
Not every condition qualifies as a "disability" covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or by its Kentucky counterpart. You can learn more about what is a "disability" covered by the ADA here.
If an employee suffers from a "disability" covered by the ADA, the employer has a duty to provide a "reasonable accomodation" for the disability.
You can learn more about what a "reasonable accomodation" may be: What is an employer required to consider for a reasonable accomodation under the ADA?
Lexington, Kentucky disability discrimination lawyer Robert Abell represents employees in cases under the Americans with disabilities act (ADA); contact him at 859-254-7076.