ADA Requires Miniature Golf Courses Meet Accessibility Standards. Although the ADA has always required miniature golf courses undertake modest renovations to improve access, the ADA was recently supplemented by express provisions for miniature golf course. Do you know of any accessible miniature golf courses? Please let me know. I don’t know of any. Miniature golf courses should be a perfect… Continue Reading..
Does Your County Fair Meet ADA Accessibility Regulations? It is County Fair season again. Typically, this is a good time for all. Fun rides, decadent food, cute animals raised by local kids, special events, concerts and an eclectic variety of vendors. Unfortunately, County Fairs can be an accessibility nightmare for persons with disabilities. On one level, this is odd. Because… Continue Reading..
Congratulations to Kathleen Barajas for earning the title of Ms. Wheelchair California 2016! Kathleen has worked extremely hard to be a top achiever in her academic life, as well as in her life as an advocate for persons with disabilities. She excels in a world where some would say that the odds have been stacked against her. She is inspiring… Continue Reading..
UPDATE: Original post by Law360 Author: By Kali Hays Law360, New York (December 11, 2015, 1:38 PM ET) — The Ninth Circuit was told Thursday it should defer to the government’s supportive stance on a paraplegic man’s claims that California car dealers refusing to install hand controls for test driving have violated the Americans With Disabilities Act. John Karczewski said… Continue Reading..
Original Post by The News Tribune. Author: ADAM LYNN firstname.lastname@example.org Nolan Sessions died horribly. About noon on Oct. 12, 2012, the disabled man’s motorized scooter slipped off an unimproved pathway and into a ditch along the 7600 block of Steilacoom Boulevard Southwest in Lakewood and landed atop him. Read more about this tragic story here: ### If you are a… Continue Reading..
Original Post in La Jolla Light – October 22, 2015 – Article by Ashley Mackin After years of accessing La Jolla’s Children’s Pool beach by sliding down a steep ramp — or being carried by friends or helpers — paraplegic swimmer Jack Robertson sued the City of San Diego in June 2013 with the hopes of getting an ADA-compliant access… Continue Reading..
(Original Article – Law360) By Jeff Zalesin Law360, New York (September 1, 2015, 3:26 PM ET) — The company behind the Corner Bakery Cafe franchise violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by installing the transaction counters in a restaurant too high for a wheelchair user to access, even though it also provided customers a lower surface, a California federal judge… Continue Reading..
Share us on: By Jeff Zalesin Law360, New York (August 6, 2015, 4:02 PM ET) — The NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers and the company behind their stadium told a California federal judge Wednesday that they didn’t discriminate against a fan who accused them of thwarting his access to wheelchair-accessible seating. Mark Willits, who says he needs to use a wheelchair… Continue Reading..
On June 29, 2015, the Supreme Court denied the City of Lomita’s petition for certiorari in the Potter Handy, LLP case, City of Lomita, California v. Robin Fortyune, No. 14-920, leaving undisturbed the 9th Circuit’s September 5, 2014 decision holding that Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) requires local governments to provide accessible on-street parking in the… Continue Reading..