i got fired this week from sonic because of my condition i had when i was a baby. when i was born i came out to ealry and i had to have an oxygen tank by me in order to help me breath and get oyxgen through the night when i sleep. and noe that im older i get fatigue during the day everyday and i feel like i have sleep apnea because i always wake up with headaces and sometimes feel dizzy. i told my manager about it and that my body needed rest because i was just too sleepy to do anything. but at first he said to bring a doctors note and noe he is saying that i quit which i didnt quit i just needed the rest and i went to the doctors have got vitamins to take every week. so i dont know if he was in the wrong to fire me or not . and now he is being rude because i asked when i can pick up my check if there was a cerrain time and he said so now you wont be latw for my check
I'm not an employment law attorney, but I've had enough employees to know the laws. They have to give you your pay check when you're fired. They can't fire you due to a disability. Hire an employment law attorney.
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You should consult an employment lawyer, you may have a case against Sonic.
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