August 17, 2008

A Wichita paraplegic has filed at least a dozen lawsuits in the past year against local businesses, claiming violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.


The lawsuits, which could cost area businesses thousands of dollars, send a stern message: ADA compliance needs to be taken seriously.


But compliance can also cost a business dearly, says Jo Zakas, owner of Clifton Square LLC. Making necessary changes to her College Hill shopping area could cost her as much as $275,000 -- making it imposs...

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