Dogali Law Group, P.A.



ADA Discrimination

Millions of Americans live with some kind of physical, sensory, cognitive or mental disability.  The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and a number of state laws provide people with disabilities many legal protections in the public arena, such as concert venues, theaters, restaurants, amusement parks, and resorts.  Certain accommodations must be provided to an individual with a disability in order to meet that person’s needs. 

However, because disability laws including the ADA can be quite complex, and they do not protect all people with disabilities in all situations, an attorney experienced in ADA and discrimination claims may be appropriate to carefully evaluate particular circumstances, and determine whether you have rights or redress under the ADA or other disability laws.

Individuals often have the right to file lawsuits against those who have committed disability discrimination.  The first step to determining whether someone has a claim or lawsuit relating to disability discrimination is to consult with a lawyer.  Attorneys at Dogali Law Group are knowledgeable and experienced regarding disability laws and the ADA.  They can help you determine whether you have a claim, and what steps you should take next in order to protect yourself and seek justice.

Recent ADA Disability Matters

Dogali Law Group has recently analyzed and handled ADA and disability discrimination claims of all kinds:

Class Actions

  • Nationwide class action relating to access to certain theme parks and websites for blind persons and their service animals
  • Nationwide class action relating to access to certain educational recreational facilities for persons with mobility limitations

Individual Lawsuit and Claims

  • Discrimination against persons with physical disabilities aboard cruise ships
  • Discrimination against owners of service animals of certain breeds
  • Discrimination against blind persons in relation to certain transportation systems
  • Discrimination against disabled persons in relation to hotels and restaurants
  • Improper architectural barriers in buildings, public walkways and parking structures

Consultations and Evaluations

Consultations regarding accommodation requirements and compliance for disabled persons' access to all kinds of buildings and facilities including:

  • Restaurants
  • Gas stations
  • Retail establishments
  • Hotels
  • Amusement parks
  • Public agency buildings
  • Apartments and condominiums
  • Airports

Consultations regarding services and other types of facilities including:

  • Access to websites for blind persons
  • Access to audio and video programming for blind persons and deaf persons
  • Access to educational classes and lectures for blind persons and deaf persons
  • Access to electronic devices


  • Professional lectures relating to architectural and construction claims under the ADA and similar laws

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