October 12, 2018
Darius C. was a mail handler when he filed for discrimination based on his disability when management failed to provide him with an ASL translator during a service talk. The Agency found no discrimination, and Darius filed an appeal. The Office of Federal Operations found that the Agency failed to provide him with a reasonable accommodation. He was awarded $500 in non-pecuniary damages and appealed, requesting $15,000. The EEOC ruled in his favor, increasing his award to $1,000.
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Attorney Angel did not represent this plaintiff, but he does represent plaintiffs in front of the MSPB and the federal courts of appeals.