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Disability Rights

We represent people with disabilities seeking access, support, equity, and inclusion in their communities throughout the lifespan.

Reisman Carolla Gran & Zuba attorneys have been at the forefront of integration and opportunity litigation nationwide.

Community Services

State and federal law are clear that people with disabilities have the right to live and work in their homes and their communities, and every state offers programs of supports and services to enable those options. Sometimes, the supports and services offered fall short of meeting an individual’s needs, or disputes arise as to whether an individual is entitled to them or which agency is responsible for providing them. Other times, states are reluctant to provide individuals with access to full integration in their communities. That’s where we can help. From fair hearings to dispute services provided by local agencies to class actions to end the use of segregated institutions across the country, our attorneys are prepared to work tirelessly to help people with disabilities vindicate their legal rights.

Higher Education and Professional Licensure

The impact of discriminatory policies and practices, whether intentional or through oversight, can continue to have a devastating impact on individuals throughout life, in higher education and access to employment opportunities. Even at the highest echelons of professional pursuits, individuals with disabilities are entitled to accommodations to ensure they are not prevented by their disability from demonstrating mastery of the content and skills assessed. Accommodations are available in high-stakes testing for medical (USMLE), osteopathic (COMLEX), and legal licensure (MPRE and UBE or other bar exam), graduate school admissions exams, and assessment, course completion, and room and board in higher education.

These accommodations can even the playing field for professionals with a wide array of disabilities, including learning disabilities, ADHD, anxiety, physical disabilities, health needs, and more. Contact the experienced attorneys of Reisman Carolla Gran & Zuba LLP to discuss strategy for seeking appropriate accommodations before you begin the process, during the process, or to seek redress if you believe your experience was unfairly influenced by denial or absence of accommodations.

Ready to Begin?

If you are ready to begin the process of helping your loved ones with disability rights, contact our experienced attorneys today.