Disability Law

Including Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)

Neasham & Kramer LLP understands the challenges associated with disability and is dedicated to a solution-oriented approach when problems arise.  We represent individuals, employees, employers, property owners and businesses.   We have successfully settled, prosecuted and defended cases involving a wide variety of disability-related issues in both state and federal court. We assist with a broad number of disabilities, including but not limited to:


    Learning Disabilities

    Autism Spectrum

    Physical Disabilities

    Mental Disabilities

    Hearing Impairment / Deafness—ASL is spoken here

    Vision Impairment / Blindness

    Speech and Language Impairment

    Service Animals

Some of the circumstances for which we offer legal services related to ADA:




Advocacy and Education

        Attendance at IEP or IFSP sessions

        IEP/IFSP Appeals

Equal access to businesses and other public accommodations & services


Denial of Interpreters

Representation of individuals and employees in discrimination lawsuits

Disability discrimination in employment

        DFEH and EEOC claims

        Hiring challenges

        Denial of benefits

        Wrongful termination

        Harassment in the workplace



Accommodation Solutions in the Workplace

Preparation of ADA policies for Employee Handbooks

ADA Training for Employers

Representation of Public and Private Employers in Discrimination lawsuits

        DFEH claims

        EEOC claims


Compliance with ADA access requirements

ADA Training for Businesses

Helping accommodate patrons or guests seeking your business

Building Code compliance

Representation in disability lawsuits


Helpful Links:


State of California - Disability Laws and Access Information:  www.disabilityaccessinfo.ca.gov

NorCal Center for the Deaf:  www.norcalcenter.org

National Federation for the Blind:  www.nfb.org

Council for Disabililty Rights - FAQs for Non-Lawyers:  www.disabilityrights.org/adatoc.htm



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