Employment and accomodation for your injury

No one can decide the best timing for an injury.  When your employment and employment duties become affected by your injury, what legal recourse do you have?

Toronto Employment lawyer, Daniel Lublin states in his Globe and Mail article that employers have a legal obligation to accommodate an illness, injury or disability up until the point of undue hardship. It is wise to consult with an employment lawyer where there is a dispute as to how your injury is affecting your duties and responsibilities. If you believe you are being discriminated against at work as a result of your injury or illness, seeking legal advice is your best course of action.

Daniel Lublin’s full article My company fired me and won’t give me my pictures can be read in his Globe and Mail column.