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Whether you would have any recourse against the employer would typically depend on whether you fit the definition of a disabled employee under the ADA.
Generally, you must have a condition that limits one or more major life activities in order for this federal statute to protect you.
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If you are disabled under the statute, then you would normally be entitled to a reasonable accommodation by the employer to permit you to perform the tasks of your job, unless it is an undue hardship to the employer. This accommodation could be permitting you to make contacts without driving at night or to limit your driving, depending on the circumstances and your physician's recommendations.
If the employer wrongfully denies your request for an accommodation, then you would typically have grounds to seek legal recourse against the employer by filing a complaint with the EEOC or state Fair Employment and Housing Commission.
If you do wish to pursue your legal rights, it would be best to consult further and retain a local employment law attorney.
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