Why do you think you need a lawyer?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities. The ADA requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for known impairments to ensure equal opportunity in the application process and to enable qualified employees with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. If an employee or applicant feels that an accommodation is needed due to a disability as defined by ADA, he or she should notify the employer and make his or her need known in writing.
If you have a disability of any kind and experienced an adverse workplace action because of your disability, or if your employer refused to accommodate your disability, you may need to speak with an Experienced Employment Law Attorney.