Employee Exemption Denials and Termination Lawsuits
About the Investigation:
DID YOU REQUEST A RELIGIOUS OR MEDICAL EXEMPTION?
DID YOUR EMPLOYER DENY YOU AN ACCOMMODATION OR TERMINATE YOU?
IF YES, WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP AND YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR COMPENSATION.
The attorneys at Siri & Glimstad LLP are experienced in fighting back against companies that terminate or refuse to provide accommodations to employees who have sought a religious or medical exemption.
If you requested a religious or medical exemption to your employer’s compulsory vaccination policy and were denied an accommodation, we can potentially assist you in a number of different ways, including:
- attempting to negotiate a severance,
- filing a Charge of Discrimination with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC),
- seeking a settlement through mediation, and/or
- filing a lawsuit on your behalf.
Additionally, if you believe your employer terminated a large number of employees for non-compliance with a mandatory vaccination policy, we can evaluate whether a class action lawsuit is possible.
In order to file a lawsuit for religious or disability-based discrimination, an employee must first go through the EEOC process and receive what is called a “Right to Sue” letter. We assist employees through this process. In some instances, we may pursue litigation in federal court after obtaining the Right to Sue letter.
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