The NJLAD prohibits employers from discriminating against an employee because of their HIV and AIDS status. Such diseases are considered disabilities under the NJLAD. Such law also protects employees whom the employer may believe has HIV or AIDS and/or the employee whom the employer believes may contract HIV or AIDS in the future from unlawful employment discrimination. If you believe that your employer may be discriminating against you due to your contracting HIV or AIDS, or your coworkers or supervisor is harassing you because of the HIV or AIDS status, or you are being treated like you have such condition when you do not, contact an experienced employment lawyer at Kurkowski Law, LLC today.