For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or any other condition to qualify as a disability covered by the Americans With Disabilities Act is must impose a substantial limitation on a major life activity.  In the case EEOC v. Chevron Phillips, the court ruled that the employee presented sufficient evidence that her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was a disability because of proof that it substantially limited her in the major life activities of caring for herself, thinking and sleeping.

If you have suffered disability discrimination, contact Lexington, Kentucky disability discrimination lawyer Robert Abell at 859-254-7076.