Dear Customer, if you are being discriminated against for a disability, you may file an EEOC complaint against your employer. For more information regarding the laws specific to this (and to see if your situation meets these requirements) see the following federal website: http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/types/facts-retal.cfm for information regarding how to file a complaint, here is another site that may be helpful: http://www.eeoc.gov/employees/charge.cfm For cases such as this it is often helpful to hire an employment law attorney. Many of these attorneys will work on a contingency fee basis (they do not get paid until you get a recovery, but you do get less money out of your final recovery, which is usually larger than what you would receive if you pursued your claim individually). I know customers do not come to this site to be told to "go get a lawyer" but in situations such as employment law claims, it is usually the best way to preserve your rights as the regulatory structure can be very complex and overwhelming if you are not used to it.
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You answer did not answer my question. How to make him stop.
To make him stop you will need court intervention - the best way to get this is with a TRO.
A TRO is a temporary restraining order and can be granted by a Court once the moving party (you) has proven a liklihood of prevailing on the claims for discrimination in the main case. If you can show that, the Court has the discretion to issue an order requiring the other party to stop doing something or start doing something to remedy the complained of behavior.
To get this you must first file a complaint (a civil case) against the offending employer.
You are welcome (I am very sorry I missed it earlier, I ended up focusing on the statute). I do hope this matter resolves itself quickly. Please let me know if I missed anything else, or if there is anything else I can help you with today.
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