Am I Being Discriminated Against When My Employer Refuses to Make Accomodations for My Wheelchair?

I am wheelchair bound and I have had great difficulty getting to and from work because there is no ramp at the entrance to the building. I have mentioned this over and over to my superiors instead of a ramp they have bought me lavish lunches and tickets to sporting events. I don't need these things, I need a ramp to get into work safely. Is it legal to repeatedly deny my request?

By Deskin Law Firm
It is prohibited by law and considered to be discriminatory to fail to make reasonable accomodations for the known physical or mental disability of an applicant or employee.

Is my Physical or Mental Disability Protected from Discrimination?

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