Some workers are so unhappy about returning to the office that they’re playing a legal card—asserting that they have a disability that necessitates that they work from home full time, employment attorneys say.

“Many are arguing COVID-related reasons, but it doesn’t have to be,” said David Barron, a member of the law firm Cozen O’Connor in Houston. “It could be some other type of disability that would warrant a reasonable accommodation to work from home.”