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  • Service Connected Disability
    90%
  • Branch of Service
    Army

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  1. Hi @Berta, WOW, that is a very detailed reply. Thank you for taking the time in providing your insight. Here is some of my feedback to your questions below: However your request to participate in a Gulf War Study might not be a " reasonable accommodation" as defined in ADA regulations, it might be an "undue hardship" per your employer.- Thank you for drawing out some additional clarification I need to understand. Did the VA ask you to be in this study? - YES, The VA reached out to me requesting to be part of the study Can you tell us what type of study this is, that would r
  2. Thank you for the reply and insight @broncovet . I see your point on a 're-training' type of scenario but with mine it is medical. Also, I do see your point on reasonable accommodations and employment at will, but falling into the 'protected Veterean' status I understand it to be 'cause' being the largest item that may supersede the broad definition of 'right to work'. Just looking to explore options and see if others have had good experiences that they can share with a lawyer/firm.
  3. So, the TL:DR is I am looking for a referral to an Employment Lawyer who specialized in helping Veterans with USERRA, VOW, ADA, FMLA & potential non compliance with - Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. To sum up what has just occurred, I've been employed with a large multi-national technology company for 2 1/2 years, who also does a lot of business with the Federal Government. Things were going well, until I recently started to socialized that I am a 90% rated Gulf War vet and I've just enrolled in a study where I'll need to take off time, more so t
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