MobilityWorks is named in a lawsuit filed over an allegedly discriminatory company-wide policy of refusing to install hand controls on vehicles offered for rent.
A lawsuit alleges that Hotel Elysee's website unlawfully fails to identify and describe accessibility features for prospective guests.
A lawsuit claims the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unlawfully discriminates against minority and female employees, causing them to receive “lower pay and performance appraisals and fewer promotions” than their white or male coworkers.
A lawsuit alleges several interior access barriers found in a New Castle, PA Dollar General make it unlawfully difficult for wheelchair-reliant shoppers to get around.
A blind individual accuses gym chain L.A. Fitness of failing to comply with the ADA, rendering visually impaired individuals unable to independently use the gyms.
A former employee has filed a lawsuit over alleged discrimination and adverse employment consequences stemming from AT&T’s refusal to excuse pregnancy-related work absences.
Three incarcerated individuals claim the NC Department of Public Safety (DPS) and several officials in charge of the state’s prison system refused to provide proper treatment to inmates diagnosed with hepatitis C (HCV).
A class action suit against the MTA and two individuals looks to address 'longstanding and systemic discrimination' for disabled passengers looking to ride the LIRR.
The operating company of a Hilton Suites in Atlanta has been hit with a proposed class action that claims the hotel's complimentary transportation services are not wheelchair accessible.
The plaintiff claims she experienced an unlawful level of difficulty navigating her wheelchair around a Dollar General location in Oneonta, NY.