Title III-ADA Litigation

Ramped access, using wheelchair ramp with information sign on floor background for disabled people.

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (28 C.F.R. Part 36) forbids places of public accommodation and commercial facilities from discriminating against its patrons on the basis of disability.  Claims can be as small as a failure to have an ADA-compliant ramp or bathroom, or they can involve 30 or more alleged ADA compliance violations, both inside and outside of a commercial building. For many years, The Firm has represented property owners, landlords, tenants, and all types of Florida business enterprises in the defense of Title III-ADA claims brought in federal court.

Contact a dependable Fort Lauderdale ADA law firm to protect your business

To schedule a consultation with a Broward County ADA lawyer, call our office in Fort Lauderdale at (954) 764-6766 and ask to speak to an attorney who can assist you with your ADA matter.

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