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.
A New York woman claims accessibility barriers at NY Health & Racquet Club and NY Health Club deprive disabled individuals from full and equal access to the fitness facilities.
A proposed class action out of Washington federal court seeks to challenge Fairfax Hospital’s alleged practice of conducting random strip and cavity searches of its patients.
The MTA and LIRR face an Americans with Disabilities Act class action that claims their failure to install elevators has denied mobility-impaired individuals access the rail line.
A proposed class action removed to California federal court alleges Amazon.com Services, Inc. and Golden State FC LLC have discriminated against older, disabled workers at their warehouse fulfillment centers by denying reasonable accommodations.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of children in Oregon’s foster care system alleges that the program is not meeting its obligation to provide safe homes.
Wisconsin Hospitality Group—which runs Applebee’s locations across the state—has been sued over the alleged inaccessibility of its facilities.
Two plaintiffs allege in a proposed class action lawsuit out of Pennsylvania that Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Inc. systematically violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by failing to maintain clear pathways in the aisles of its stores.