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All employers have a duty to know the law and implement policies in the workforce to ensure the law is followed at all times, where there is a breach of this duty by the employer, the employee is entitled to sue the employer for damages.


What Can Employees Sue their Employers for?

Disability discrimination encompasses a broad definition of disabilities laws.  In California, the Fair Employment and Housing Act has made it unlawful for employers to discriminate against an individual because of a physical or mental disability.

Under the law, “disability” is a term of art that encompasses any type of physical or mental condition that affect a person’s life. This could be a disease, disorder, or condition. 

If a person has a disability, either physical or mental, an employer has certain obligations to work with the employee and offer reasonable accommodations where available.  An employer also has the duty to engage in the “interactive process” or an ongoing dialogue between the employer and employee to determine what accommodations might be necessary. 

Accommodations range widely based on the type of disability. For example, an employer may need to allow for part-time or modified work schedules in order to accommodate doctor’s appointments; acquiring or modifying equipment; changing tests, training materials, or policies for literary disabilities; and providing qualified readers or interpreters.

If your employer has failed to engage in the interactive process, has failed to provide reasonable accommodations, or you have suffered any type of adverse employment action such as a demotion, pay cut, or termination, and you believe it was because of your disability, you may be able to hold your employer liable.  


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I pledge to do an extraordinary job on your case and to achieve the best possible result.  During your time of need, I will be in your corner 100%, defending you and taking the weight off of your shoulders.  


Always Remember: "Jack's Got Your Back"



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Jack can you make me any promises?


We will keep you informed. We return all phone calls and emails.  We will give you an honest assessment of the case and what to expect.  Most importantly, we will take a steadfast approach and strive to do a good job on your case and to achieve the best possible result.  We understand the burden you are in, and we promise to take the weight off your shoulders.



We have satellite offices throughout Southern California and can meet near your home if you cannot come to our main office in Glendale.


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Dear Client,


Thank you for taking the time to consider me as your attorney. If I can use two words to describe myself, I must say passionate and aggressive. My passion will contribute to a great plan of action to ensure your needs are fulfilled and you get the justice you deserve. And my aggression will ensure you have a powerful advocate fighting for you all the way to the end.  


I always offer a 100% free no obligation consultation at my office, so that we may review the specifics of your case, in order to adequately achieve the results you deserve. 


Well educated and with ample working experience, I guarantee I have the tools and knowledge to give you a great representation.


- Jack Kakoian


"Jack's Got Your Back"


Educational Qualifications​:

  • B.A. from UC Irvine

  • J.D. from GUCL

  • Admittance to the State Bar of California 

  • Admittance to Federal Court - Central District CA

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