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I am currently doing a fine job at what I do (even working ...

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I am currently doing a fine job at what I do (even working with an advancing disability which affects my mobility). I've been told I'm going to be asked to move to a new location, within the building, and the location isn't going to allow me to do my job, as well, or maybe not even be able to do my job adequately. I would like have someone: an attorney who's familiar with Americans with Disabilities Act or someone who can determine if I have any recourse to prevent me being moved to a new location because I may not be able to do my job in the manner I am used to doing it. Can you direct me to a place (someone/organization) to help me file a claim under the ADA?

DearCustomer

Claims or information about the ADA can be obtained from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at http://www.eeoc.gov/types/ada.html and information about filing a complaint can be found at http://www.eeoc.gov/charge/overview_charge_filing.html The EEOC's Seattle field office handles Alaska matters - http://www.eeoc.gov/seattle/index.html

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