Please keep in mind that it has been estimated that 20% of Americans have disabilities-- that could be as many as 50,000,000 people or more. Many good people with disabilities have suffered unnecessarily because of the actions of the very few. Viewers are reminded that each of us may someday find ourselves with disabilities and urged to consider how we would feel if it was assumed that we had engaged in similar conduct to others, solely based on the fact that we had disabilities. Additionally, viewers are reminded that some plaintiffs bring accessibility lawsuits from a true need to gain access to commercial premises, only after previous attempts to informally resolve the matter have failed.
Any reference to any specific individual or organization on this website should not be construed to suggest that they are engaging in inappropriate conduct of any sort; a reference to an individual or organization in one area of this website does not mean they are involved in conduct described elsewhere herein. Any reference to court documents or an investigation is necessarily incomplete without reviewing the entire file on the matter; viewers should assume that postings on this website do not include all possible information which may be available as to any particular matter, and that some or all of such information might influence the impression the information in this website creates. There is no warranty, express or implied, that the claims or information represented herein is correct, or was correct at the time it was posted. This is is intended to be a convenient reference viewers can use to independently verify all matters represented herein.
This site is intended to provide useful information to individuals being sued in ADA/accessibility lawsuits, government officials and others; it is hoped that some of the information provided herein will lead to a change in the law.