Do you feel like your employer has not treated you fairly due to your medical condition? It could be medical condition discrimination. Continue reading below to see if you might have a medical condition discrimination case.
A “medical condition” is defined as:
1) Any health impairment related to or associated with a record, history, or diagnosis of cancer, or
2) “genetic characteristics.” Government Code §12926(h).
Employers are also prohibited from discriminating on the basis of an individual’s HIV/AIDS status. These restrictions are in addition to the prohibitions against discrimination based upon disabilities.
Some examples of such discrimination include but are not limited to:
If you feel that one or more of these scenarios apply to you, call today to receive a free case evaluation.