Public Accommodation Access for Individuals Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Fight for Equal Access is Our Goal
If you have been illegally refused a sign language interpreter or other reasonable accommodations, our deaf rights lawyers and Deaf Liaison will aggressively litigate on your behalf. You have rights to equal communication access.
It is against the law for employers, hospitals, governments, and other entities to discriminate against you based on your hearing loss. You have a right to be provided reasonable accommodations for your disability and to not be discriminated against.
We founded the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing to focus on the legal needs of deaf and hard of hearing individuals throughout the United States. We have a deaf-friendly environment — your case will be handled by a team including a Deaf Liaison and a CODA attorney fluent in sign language.
Consult With a Deaf Rights Attorney and Deaf Liaison Fluent in Sign Language
If you have been the victim of discrimination because of your deafness, our Deaf Liaison and attorney fluent in sign language will explain your legal rights in a free consultation in person or by video phone. We are ready to fight on your behalf.
We welcome you to complete our online information form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (212) 353-8700 (voice) or (646) 807-4096 (video phone). You may also directly contact deaf rights attorney Andrew Rozynski or Deaf Liaison Sheryl Eisenberg-Michalowski.