A landlord advertised “No Section 8” in violation of the fair housing laws. I sued them on my client's behalf, forcing the landlord to pay damages to the client and comply with the law.
A restaurant owner refused to serve my client because the client had a service dog with her. We successfully sued the restaurant to make them comply with the law and pay damages to my client.
When my blind client could not make a reservation on a hotel website, I successfully sued the hotel to make them fix their websites so that my client and other blind people could independently use the website.
My deaf client was interested in learning more about the functioning of local government. He requested that the municipality caption the videos on its website so that he could understand what was happening in the meetings. They ignored him. We successfully sued them so that deaf people could understand the videos.
My blind client likes to go to the movies. However, she frequently encountered problems at the theater because the theater refused to repair its audio description equipment. We successfully sued them to force them to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
My clients enjoyed going to a beach resort, but they could not fully enjoy the resort and its amenities because the resort was not accessible to people with mobility disabilities. We successfully sued them to force them to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Florida Civil Rights Act.
When a massage company refused to give my client a massage because she was HIV positive, we successfully sued them to force them to stop their irrational discrimination against HIV positive people.
My clients filed a fair housing complaint against their condominium association. The condominium association began a campaign of retaliation against my clients. What a mistake. We simply filed another complaint for the illegal retaliation.