Some FL Pregnancies Are Protected Under ADA


The groundbreaking legislation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has positively impacted the lives of disabled Americans for several decades. If you are a person with a disability, it’s important to understand the  ADA and when your rights may be violated.


It’s more common than you think. In fact, pregnancy may count as a disability in Florida. But how does that work?


Florida Governor in Violation of ADA Laws for Hearing Impaired

For the 61 million Americans, accessibility and inclusivity are everything. That’s exactly why the Americans with Disabilities Act was created. Still, not everyone plays by the ADA rules, including state government officials.


Recently, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had a complaint filed against him for not providing American Sign Language interpretation during the television broadcasts of his briefings and press conferences.


The complaint accuses him

Miami Attorney Undermines Credibility of Legitimate ADA Cases


The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a piece of legislation enacted to protect disabled Americans. Thousands of legitimate ADA claims are filed annually to ensure that disabled Americans have the same rights and privileges as those without a disability.


As it were, one Miami attorney sits squarely in the center of what’s been described as over 650 “serial” ADA lawsuits, many of which

What to Do When Public Accommodations Violate the ADA

The Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted in 1990 in an effort to prevent discrimination against people with disabilities. Unfortunately, even 24 years after this bill was signed into law, some businesses still fail to live up to its basic requirements. If you or a loved one has a disability and you feel discriminated against by a business or property owner, you can file a claim