Court Finds PTSD, 'Hearing Loss' Insufficient for ADA Coverage, Reasonable Accommodations
Dallas, TX (WorkersCompensation.com) – When President George W. Bush signed the ADA Amendments Act into law and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued regulations for it a few years later, the definition of disability expanded to the point where 29 CFR 1630.2(j)(3)(iii) details that “it should easily be concluded that” post-traumatic stress disorder substantially limits the major life activity of brain function.
Nonetheless, in Milteer v. Navaroo County, No. ...
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