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Former Camin Cargo worker claims he was denied accommodations, fired due to disability

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By Marian Johns | Mar 23, 2020

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HOUSTON — A former Camin Cargo inspector claims he was denied accommodations and terminated due to his disabilities. 

Kenneth Richards filed a complaint March 8 in the Harris County District Court against Camin Cargo Control Inc., alleging disability discrimination. 

Richards began working for Camin Cargo in November of 2008 as a senior inspector of chemical tanks, ships and barges. In 2013, he suffered from cancer, loss of a kidney and a portion of his lung capacity. He alleges that in April of 2019, a new supervisor took away his accommodations that he had been granted since 2014 due to his disabilities. Richards alleges he was offered to switch to a lower position and take a pay cut and was placed on involuntary leave and terminated. 

Richards seeks monetary relief between $200,000 and $1 million, trial by jury interest and all other just relief. He is represented by David Holmes of The Law Offices of David C. Holmes in Houston. 

Harris County District Court case number 2020-15742

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