ADA

Brief Intro:

In 1990, the Congress of the United States passed a set of laws that changed the way businesses accommodated Americans with disabilities. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is designed to ensure that employees with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities have reasonable accommodations to be productive members of the workforce. Under the law, employers may face penalties for violating the rights of workers with disabilities or for not having accommodations that are deemed reasonable.

 

Detailed Description:

Businesses of all sizes increasingly face claims alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Navigating and understanding the laws of the ADA can be elusive due to the subjectivity nature of reasonability, and the definition of disability as defined by the ADA.

 

JLG’s attorneys advise and defend businesses in many industries such as hospitality and restaurants to protect their interests.

 

Our services include:

  • Reviewing premises for ADA compliance

  • Taming government agencies during inspections

  • Settling with claimant

  • Lowering fines

  • Conducting post-litigation compliance checks

 

Our attorneys are able to apply their experience with the ADA’s extensive enforcement regulations to defend clients in these disputes through innovative litigation tactics and strategic settlement of claims.

 

Not only do we assess the situation and evaluate the claims, but we also provide advice tailors to your specific circumstances to accomplish your objectives and ensure that you won’t violate ADA rules and regulations again.

To learn more about how we can assist with your ADA compliance or business, you can schedule a free consultation online or call 347-897-6199 to make an appointment.

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Jason Jia

Managing Partner

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Matthew Heerde

Of Counsel

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