United Airlines GIPA

Location: IL

About the Investigation:

Have you worked for United Airlines?

ATTENTION CURRENT AND FORMER UNITED AIRLINES EMPLOYEES!

When going through the hiring process, did United Airlines ask about your FAMILY medical history?

If so, you may be entitled to compensation!

The Illinois Genetic Information Privacy Act (GIPA) makes it illegal for an employer or prospective employer to ask about your family’s health history. If you applied at United Airlines for a job and they asked verbally or in writing about any medical conditions that your parents, grandparents, siblings or other family members may have suffered, they violated your family’s right to medical privacy under GIPA.

If this happened to you, contact us today to see if you qualify for compensation!

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Thank you! We are happy that you took this first step to hold employers accountable to respect your rights under the law.

A representative from the Siri & Glimstad law firm will be in touch soon!

If you have questions or need to contact us immediately, call Jen Malainy at 772-SUE THEM (772-783-8436) or email us at newintakes@sirillp.com.

 

 

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