Academic challenges are common among all students, but those with physical and mental disabilities may find gaining access to a high-quality education even more difficult if their school cannot or will not provide the tools and modifications they need to achieve equity. At colleges and universities across the country, one in five students is disabled, meaning you don't need to go it alone if your Maryland school has failed to provide reasonable accommodations for your disability. You have state and federal laws on your side, giving you full legal authority.
Even so, when taking on a Maryland school over disability rights and discrimination, it can be difficult to know where to start. That's why your first step should be contacting national education attorney-advisor Joseph D. Lento and the Student Defense Team at the Lento Law Firm. These skilled and experienced legal experts know how to fight for your rights, having worked with hundreds of students and their families at every level of education and type of program across the country. Don't hesitate to get in touch with the Lento Law Firm – and read on for more helpful information.
Disability Accommodations in Maryland
At the Leno Law Firm, we are firm believers that students with disabilities should be able to pursue the same opportunities as their able-bodied peers. That's why we have in-depth knowledge of the state and federal laws and legal precedents that can help disabled students and their families get the justice they deserve. In Maryland, schools must adhere to the