Our clients are mobility disabled activists who advocate for disability rights through litigation. We prosecute lawsuits that result in important access barrier removals and monetary recoveries for our clients throughout the state of California. We take disability access seriously and so should you. Let our experienced team fight to protect your rights, help you improve access in your community, and collect due compensation.
Our team has successfully litigated hundreds of barrier removal actions against a wide range of defendants, from large banks and corporations represented by top shelf law firms to local property owners representing themselves. No matter the opposition, one thing remains constant: our gloves-off litigation forges the most direct pathway to achieving results. Join us in putting an end to decades of discrimination.
We are always available to communicate with our clients. We don't take every case that comes our way. Instead, we carefully evaluate potential clients and cases to ensure we can meet our clients' needs. Our clients have an open line of communication with us, including a free mobile application that allows real time communication about real world experiences. Our relationship with our clients is our top priority.
The My Access App is a free mobile application that provides a valuable public service. Download it here and use it to make a difference in your community. Join the growing number of disability rights activists who are making their voices heard. However you choose to participate, now is the time. The My Access App makes it easy to make a difference.Read More
Disability rights is an evolving area of law. California is on the leading edge when it comes to legislation that effects the rights of disabled persons and the duties and obligations of commercial facilities and public accommodations. Click here to take a look at recent developments. Being informed is an important first step towards an accessible future.Read News
ADALawyer.com wants everyone to be informed about issues of importance to persons with disabilities. Increasing awareness of disability rights is a critical step in fulfilling on the purpose and promise of the Americans with Disabilities Act. We encourage you to spend some time familiarizing yourself with the materials that can be found here.Read More
We’ve been busy. Come inside and take a look at what people are saying about us, about our clients, and about disability access litigation in general. You can see examples of recent settlements and observe the progress being made as we help our clients and their communities fulfill on the promise of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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“The lawsuit caused us to make access improvements that needed to be made.”
“The Plaintiff’s lawyers were fair and reasonable. I am appreciative that the process was handled so professionally on all sides.”
“It’s never pleasant to be a defendant in a lawsuit, but it happens in business. The lawsuit did result in needed access improvements and our business has grown as a result.”
“Our business has improved as a result of the lawsuit. We are happy to do our part to help people with disabilities …”
“I had a positive experience dealing with the Plaintiff’s lawyers. They were reasonable, handled the matter with professionalism, and treated me with dignity and fairness.”
“The Plaintiff’s lawyers were fair and reasonable. I am appreciative that the process was handled so professionally on all sides.” – M. Sanchez, Bellflower, CA
“I had a positive experience in dealing with the Plaintiff’s lawyers. They were reasonable, handled the matter with professionalism, and treated me with dignity and fairness.” – Dr. J.B. Lee, Tustin, CA
"Our business has improved as a result of litigation. We will play our part to help the disabled have hope." – Y. Kim, Los Angeles, CA