The Americans with Disabilities Act is a civil rights law. Civil rights laws afford protection and freedom to covered individuals, which allows them to freely participate in society without the worry of discrimination or oppression. We have handled hundreds of these cases and we are serious about equality.
Disabled individuals should not be discriminated against because of their disability with regards to full and equal enjoyment of goods, services, facilities, or accommodations of any place of public accommodation.
Whether it is equal access to employment with reasonable accommodations, businesses open to the public, or public accommodations including websites, Americans with disabilities are covered. Disabilities include both mental and physical medical conditions.
Often overlooked disabilities are epilepsy, PTSD, mobility impairments, and conditions that are not permanent. Disabilities need not be severe or permanent for coverage to extend. If you have experienced discrimination with equal and full access we are here to help.