Am I being discriminated against based on my disability?


Am I being discriminated against based on my disability?

            If your dining/shopping/lodging/entertainment experience has ever been anything less than fair and equal, and you believe it is based at least in part on your disability, you are likely a victim of disability discrimination. Architectural barriers such as steps at entrances, bathrooms that are too small for wheelchair to maneuver properly, and narrow pathway corridors for which wheelchairs are unable to safely maneuver are just a few examples of disability discrimination.

There are millions of individuals with disabilities in the United States, and that number continues to grow. If you believe that you have been subjected to disability discrimination by a business, you are not alone. You deserve fair and equal access to public places and businesses, and you should never be afraid to assert your rights. If you or someone you know has been discriminated on the basis of a disability, please contact our team of experienced ADA discrimination attorneys today. Remember you are not alone, and our team will always be ready to explain the law, fight for your rights, and ensure that you get access to public accommodations.

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