Escape the Room Website Not Accessible to the Visually Impaired ADA Class Action

The number of legally-blind persons in the US is not insignificant—approximately 8.1 million people, based on the 2010 US Census Bureau Report. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tries to ensure that the visually impaired, among others with disabilities, can live independently and access whatever they need without help. But the complaint for this class  Read more

Clocktower Room at Escape the Room Facility

Panasonic Website Access for Visually-Impaired ADA Class Action

This complaint alleges that Panasonic Corporation of North America is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and New York state laws because its website is not usable by visually-impaired or blind people. This is therefore a civil rights complaint.   Read more

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LA Fitness Noncompliance with Americans with Disabilities Act Class Action

Shawn Cheshire is a Paralympic athlete, and although she is blind she exercises often. But the complaint for this class action alleges that LA Fitness gyms do not provide the accessibility they’re supposed to under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines, preventing her from navigating the gym and working out on her own.   Read more

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Dramatics for Hair Website Americans with Disabilities Act Violation Class Action

The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed to give disabled Americans the same access to businesses and government enjoyed by other Americans, thus making them freer and more self-sufficient. The Act requires that provisions be made so that public accommodations—such as stores, restaurants, offices, government facilities, and websites—are accessible to people with common handicaps. However,  Read more