Disability discrimination occurs when people with disabilities are denied or blocked from access to businesses, government services or housing. We handle cases involving:
- Physical access to public spaces or services for those using walkers or wheelchairs
- Access or accommodations for those with visual or hearing impairments
- Housing denied based upon a physical or mental disability
- Inadequate access to government services
No one with a disability should ever be prevented from accessing government and other public services. If you or someone you love has experienced discrimination like this, you need someone on your side. The Americans With Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act are designed to protect family members, meaning that you can bring a case to court on behalf of a family member. Many private businesses and government operations routinely ignore the law, waiting to comply until they are forced.
“David is a passionate advocate for the handicapped and oppressed. We’re lucky to have him in Arizona.” – Joel Robbins, 3/15/2013
We are here to see that the laws are followed, and that those with disabilities are able to enjoy every aspect of life in the public sphere. Don’t allow your loved one to be denied services to which they are rightfully entitled. The role of the civil rights lawyer is to work with people with disabilities and their families to see that laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act are enforced. Only through legal enforcement actions can we bring about the law’s promise of eradicating discrimination against all citizens.
We view the law as a way to right wrongs and prevent future harm.
“David is very compassionate, very caring, and opened every single door for us.” – another satisfied client, 11/12/2012 Hear more in his video testimonial.
I seek to understand the full story and experience of my clients. I know that behind every case are real people, with real injuries, feelings and losses. You can trust me to treat your case with the utmost respect and confidence. I will work to get you the maximum compensation and hold the responsible parties liable.
Contact us with your questions regarding cases of disability discrimination. If you or a family member has been denied services or access or otherwise discriminated against because of a physical or mental disability or impairment, we can help you seek justice and reparations.