Americans with Disabilities Act

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Disability access lawsuits have become a cottage industry and they have found their way into Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas.  Most are brought by the serial litigants working with same law firm.  These plaintiffs visit a business for the primary purpose of discovering an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility violation and then file a federal

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In recent years, businesses of all types have experienced an uptick in lawsuits filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), which prohibits discrimination against disabled persons regarding access to and enjoyment of places of public accommodation. With a ruling from the Western District of Louisiana in August 2015, the reach of

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Think Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) access litigation is limited to sidewalks, restrooms and physical barriers to the disabled in “brick and mortar” establishments? Think again.

A growing number of lawsuits are being filed against businesses under Title III of the ADA alleging that that the business’s website does not provide adequate accessibility to the