At the Warshawsky Law Firm, we have dedicated a substantial portion of our practice to representing employees whose requests for religious and/or medical exemptions to COVID-19 vaccination policies have been denied. We are firmly opposed to all efforts, whether by governments or businesses, to require any persons to take this experimental and dangerous “vaccine” as a condition of employment or education or the “Blessings of Liberty” guaranteed to each of us by the United States Constitution.
Presently, we have eleven active federal court lawsuits on behalf of fourteen plaintiffs, including recently filed cases on behalf of an employee of the NYC Department of Sanitation, an employee of the NYC Department of Education, a certified surgical technician at Crouse Hospital, a financial analyst at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and a lab equipment technician at Siemens Healthineers. Although our main focus is litigation, we also represent employees in private negotiations over the COVID-19 vaccination issue, and we have counseled numerous employees and students with respect to their rights to religious and/or medical exemptions under federal, state, and city laws.
If you or a family member has been denied a reasonable accommodation (religious or medical) to a COVID-19 vaccination policy, please contact us as soon as possible, as there are statutes of limitations that apply to these lawsuits.