My question involves labor and employment law for the state of:Nebraska
I received a negative performance evaluation from a supervisor because " it seemed like I did not want to work". I have a back injury that keeps me for doing certain tasks at work. It didn't start till a couple of years of employment. The injury did not happen at work but happened 20 years ago and has just now started to affect my everyday life. I started going to a chiropractor who told me I have spondylosis caused by a fractured vertebrae that healed wrong. I gave them a letter that stated this and some recommended restrictions. They told me a chiropractor is not a doctor so the letter meant nothing. I went to my family doctor who told my the same thing and I again gave them a letter stating the same thing and some more recommended restrictions. One of the recommended restrictions was to be allowed to take short breaks to stretch and walk around a bit. This kept me from doing one specific job, but still slows me down when I do other jobs involving bending, twisting and stooping. It is a chronic condition that will never go away but they insisted on another letter from my doctor to be clear on my condition and restrictions. This time I went to a neck and spine specialist, who told me the exact same thing as the other doctors, and they act like it is a pulled muscle or something simple like that. I asked to speak to the HR manager about the review because I did not think that it was a fair review. My production quota was in the low 90s at that time. Next thing I know I am out of that department and labeled a troublemaker. It is frustrating because I have always worked hard and done my best to do a good job. I should just forget it and move on but I can't. Do I have any kind of legal case?