A woman fired because she had vertigo can sue under the Americans with Disabilities Act — even though her condition didn’t meet the legal standard — because her employer believed her to be disabled.

In reinstating the case D’Angelo v. ConAgra Foods Inc., the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that Cris D’Angelo can seek remedies under the ADA against ConAgra Foods and its subsidiary, Singleton Seafood.

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