Disability Law & ADA Disputes
Complex Litigation Requires Our Lincoln City Attorneys
Disability law is a complex form of legislation that pertains to how people
with disabilities must be treated by businesses, private and public. If
you are a business owner that has been accused of violating disability
law requirements, such as those listed through the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA), you could stand to lose profits and your good reputation if
you do not handle the matter efficiently. To eliminate the guesswork from
your case, get in touch with our Lincoln City disability law attorneys
from Andrews Ersoff & Zantello LLC.
Get 100+ years of collective legal experience on your side.
Contact us today.
What the ADA Covers
ADA was established to prevent discrimination of all kinds against Americans
with disabilities of all sorts and sources. By setting up a standardized
set of laws that are backed by the United States Department of Justice,
the ADA has created guidelines that employers, businesses, and service
providers must follow, or else face serious penalties.
Examples of commonplace regulations set by the ADA include:
- Wheelchair accessibility into structures
- Subtitles on video presentations for the deaf
- Braille text under important signs for the blind
- Equal employment opportunities
Most business owners who are handed an ADA complaint never knew that they
were in violation of a disability law at all. The nuances of the legislation
are varied and slight yet specific things can trigger a violation. In
some instances, the defendant is given a certain amount of time to correct
the issue before any penalties are used. In other circumstances, the business
owner or company controller is faced with a lawsuit immediately, sometimes
called a drive-by ADA lawsuit. For reliable representation that keeps
your best interests in mind, get our Lincoln City disability law attorneys
on your side.
Honest Representation for Individuals
We understand that in many disability lawsuits, the rights and wellbeing
of an individual person actually represents those of disabled persons
across the country. When you suspect that an employer, business owner,
or another third-party has violated your rights and disability laws, you
can depend on us to take your case seriously. Through investigative measures
and explorative analysis of what happened, we can use conference room
negotiations or courtroom litigation to set things right again.
Call 541.902.3044 for a
free consultation with our Lincoln City lawyers.