Case: Disability Discrimination/Reasonable Accommodation (S.D. Ind.)

Sept. 27, 2021, 11:10 PM

A patient access insurance specialist for a hospital billing contractor isn’t entitled to a trial on her claim that she was denied a reasonable accommodation for her gastrointestinal conditions, which necessitated frequent bathroom breaks, when the contractor refused to drop the productivity requirement for her position or to transfer her to another job, a federal court in Indiana ruled. She failed to show that she was qualified for other positions that she suggests she could have performed, the court said, as she didn’t provide evidence of the desired roles’ prerequisites and essential functions other than her own speculation that she ...

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