According to a class action lawsuit, the parking lots at certain Applebee’s locations owned by T.L. Cannon Management Corporation fall short of the legal requirements for wheelchair accessibility.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims the website for New York City’s Pier A event hall is discriminatorily inaccessible to blind internet users.
A proposed class action filed against SeaWorld property Sesame Place claims the park violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by failing to make its website accessible to the blind.
Rite Aid is being sued over alleged discrimination against the blind and violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act due to the possible inaccessibility of its stores.
A wheelchair-reliant consumer claims Family Dollar purposely places a "host of obstructions" in paths of travel in its stores to increase sales and profits.
Yale University faces a proposed class action lawsuit over the mandatory fees charged to union members who opt out of the university’s wellness program.
A class action suit argues that the Prudential Center's ban on outside food is discriminatory toward those with metabolic disorders such as diabetes.
Four plaintiffs have filed a proposed class action against Uber over its apparent failure to offer wheelchair-accessible rides to those with mobility disabilities in and around Pittsburgh.
A legally blind consumer claims the New York City MTA's Access-A-Ride paratransit service is not accessible to and independently usable by blind and visually impaired riders.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is among the defendants in a proposed class action filed over the alleged inaccessibility of New York City’s subway system to people with disabilities.