Disability Discrimination Attorney in Miami, Florida

Facing Discrimination Because of a Disability?

Consult an Experienced ADA Attorney in Miami, FL

When someone discriminates against you or a loved one because of a disability, you're left feeling helpless. How can you fight back against a business you can't even get into without help? How can you confront a government figure when you're unfamiliar with the policies they're hiding behind?

At J. Courtney Cunningham Attorney at Law, I am here to give you options. I offer disability discrimination legal services in Miami, FL, and the surrounding area. I strive to provide the services you need to fight back, from reviewing your case to letting you know whether an individual or business has violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Call now to schedule a consultation with an experienced ADA attorney in Miami, FL. I was part of the team that worked with Congress in drafting the Americans with Disabilities Act. My experience and qualifications are unmatched. Don't put your case in the hands of just anyone. Let a true professional take the lead.

What's Protected by the ADA?

The ADA is divided into several sections. My firm, J. Courtney Cunningham Attorney at Law, offers disability discrimination legal services for cases that fall under the following three titles:

  • Title I: states that all businesses and places of employment must be accessible to those with disabilities.
  • Title II: prohibits disability discrimination in relation to state and local government programs, services and activities. It requires the state or local government to modify those programs, services or activities unless it would create an undue burden or fundamentally alter them.
  • Title III: guarantees individuals with disabilities the right to full and equal enjoyment of public accommodations, including movie theaters, hotels, gyms and grocery stores.

To learn more about the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact me in Miami, Florida, today. Together, we can seek to ensure that your rights are upheld.