Experience Handling Reasonable Accommodation And Other ADA Claims
Litigation pertaining to the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) often relates to the existence of barriers (including inaccessible restrooms and parking structures) that create challenges for people with physical impairments.
At Cadden & Fuller LLP, our lawyers are proud to have defended cases in state and federal jurisdictions throughout the state for more than 25 years. We understand how to best protect businesses’ long-term financial interests in ADA disputes and other significant real estate litigation.
Helping Businesses Understand Their Obligations
Whether it is a startup or a major Fortune 500 company, all businesses need to understand what their obligations are under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). As a general rule, businesses must make reasonable accommodations for disabled workers and patrons. This may include adding handicapped parking, building wheelchair ramps, or making a building accessible for service animals.
Our attorneys have worked with a number of different businesses and property owners in defending against ADA litigation, including:
- Shopping centers and malls
- Retail strip centers
- Restaurants and retail shops
- Stand-alone businesses
- Industrial property
Providing Ongoing ADA Compliance Counsel
It is important to note that disability and reasonable accommodation laws are constantly in flux under both state and federal law. We offer ongoing support to help businesses ensure that they are continuing to adhere to the latest regulations.
Many of our clients have remained with our firm for decades. They do so because we have unparalleled success obtaining favorable results, both inside and outside of a courtroom. To learn more about whether our legal team is right for you, contact our Irvine office by calling 949-416-0245, or send us a message through our online contact form.