Have you been denied a request
for religious exemption?

If your religious exemption was denied from your employer’s Covid-19 vaccine
requirement or you were terminated, suspended, demoted, or threatened
afterwards – You may be entitled to compensation.

If you’ve been terminated due to the Covid-19 Vaccine
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At Frontier Law Center, we utilize a classical approach to law
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You need a legal team you can count on

At Frontier Law Center, we utilize a classical approach to law
that combines modern technology with contemporary business
practices.

WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE AN ATTORNEY

Our firm has helped thousands of people who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated, or wronged by their employer. We pride ourselves in developing a progressive, modern law practice, our litigation tactics and strategies help you get the results you are owed.

Schedule your No Risk and Free consultation by calling

(800) 467-0334.

You pay nothing unless you win a settlement.

WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE AN ATTORNEY

Our firm has helped thousands of people who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated, or wronged by their employer. We pride ourselves in developing a progressive, modern law practice, our litigation tactics and strategies help you get the results you are owed.

Schedule your No Risk and Free consultation by calling

(800) 467-0334

You pay nothing unless you win a settlement.

Answers to all your questions

How do I know if I Should Seek Legal Representation

During the pandemic, many employers required their employees to either receive the COVID-19 vaccine or lose their jobs. Many employees submitted religious requests for accommodation, namely exemption from the vaccine requirement to their employers. Unfortunately, many employers were hostile to the notion that there could be a religious objection to the COVID-19 vaccine and determined that their employees’ stated beliefs were insincere; the employers were not allowed to reject those requests for those reasons.

If your request for religious accommodation from your employer’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement was denied, you should seek legal representation.

What Documents Should I Have When I Speak with You?

In preparation for a call with our attorneys, please provide us with a copy of your request for accommodation, any supporting documents you sent with that application (e.g., letter from pastor, baptism records, etc.,), and your employers response to your application. This will allow us to fully evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your claims.

When Can an Employer Legitimately Deny My Request for Religious Exemption?

An employer is required to accommodate an employees’ “sincerely held,” “religious belief,” which conflicts with a company policy, provided doing so wouldn’t represent an “undue burden” to the employer.

If an employer can show that accommodating a religious request would represent more than a minimal burden, they are excused from providing that accommodation; though they are not relieved from the duty to explore non-burdensome options with you. However, most employers have claimed that their employees’ purported beliefs are neither religious, nor sincerely held; in many instances, this determination exposes them to liability for religious discrimination.

What Kind of Damages Can I Recover if I Win My Case

If you win your religious discrimination claim, you are entitled to economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are comprised of losses that are defined by dollars and cents (e.g., lost income because you were terminated, lost value of benefits, etc.,) whereas non-economic damages are related to more amorphous things like emotional distress. In addition to those damages, religious discrimination carries a provision for attorneys’ fees and costs.

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