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People in RI With Disabilities Have Rights. Matthew J. Brier Protects These Rights.

Serving Providence, Pawtucket, Central Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland and all of Providence County

The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects workers with disabilities from being unjustly treated at the workplace. This includes discrimination that affects:

  • Hiring
  • Firing
  • Promotions
  • Pay raises
  • Failure to provide reasonable accommodations

How, then, do countless businesses throughout Rhode Island get away with discriminating against workers who have a disability? Attorney Matthew J. Brier fights hard to make sure employers are held accountable for their actions, and that workers with disabilities are treated as equals and are compensated for any hardships encountered by their discrimination.


Here’s how we protect RI workers with disabilities

Under ADA, a person is deemed disabled if any type of physical or mental impairment limits him or her from any significant, or “major” life activity. This disability does not give employers license to mistreat a worker.


Becoming a victim of disability discrimination without having a disability

You don’t even have to have a disability to be the victim of disability discrimination. If an employer believes you are disabled, and has discriminated against you based on this perception, he has violated the law and your rights.

Attorney Matthew J. Brier understands not only the federal ADA law, but is thoroughly knowledgeable of the laws affecting Rhode Island. His expertise and long history representing disability discrimination victims gives him the background, reputation, and determination to compile a winning case on your behalf.

Through research, interviews, case law and more, Attorney Brier will make it nearly impossible for the court to see any other just outcome than one that’s in your favor.

The result of your win will not only provide you just compensation; it’ll also ensure that your employer is held accountable in the future for any potential acts of discrimination against workers with disabilities.

Contact Attorney Matthew J. Brier today to learn more about how he’ll help you get your deserved compensation for pain and suffering you’ve faced at the hands of disability discrimination in the workplace.