Since flu vaccinations have become readily available at the corner drug store, I've seen an increase in claims that shoulder pain has lingered long after the flu shot was administered.
Making Sense of The Difference in Ada Requirements for Commercial Facilities and Public Accommodation
Title III of the ADA speaks to requirements for both "commercial facilities" and "public accommodations."
The 2010 amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act specifically revised the process and obligations for a place of lodging to reserve accessible guest accommodations for individuals with disabilities, as follows:
Currently there are no rules or regulations from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to give guidance to public accommodations or public entities as to what is required for a website to be considered accessible.
I've been frequently asked about elevators recently. Not every new construction multi-story building is actually required to have an elevator by the ADA.
The Americans with Disabilities Act, a law now more than a quarter of a century old, has generated a lot of lawsuits aimed at ensuring compliance with its provisions, and federal courts in Arkansas have not been immune.
The 2010 Amendments to the ADA limited the definition of a service animal. This has caused confusion for housing providers and employers.