I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today.
Relief is what you're asking the judge to do in response to your Complaint. There is usually a separate "Prayer for Relief" section at the end of a Complaint where you ask for monetary damages, an injunction, reinstatement, back pay etc. Whatever you're asking for goes in that section. It's usually at the end. Try looking at some sample complaints to get common wording.
A claim means that the facts presented in the Complaint have to establish that someone legally wronged you. If I gave someone $500 as a gift and then sued to get it back, there's no cause of action there, because a gift doesn't have to be repaid. So, in your case, there have to be enough facts stated in the Complaint for a person to read it and, assuming all the facts are true, find that you suffered age and disability discrimination. That's going to require stating how old you are and what your disability is, in addition to the negative acts you experienced AND an allegation that whatever you experienced was motivated by your age and/or your disability.
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