Americans With Disabilities Act
About 300 US Airways passengers complained that they were left unattended in the terminals for long periods of time or missed connecting flights when assistance was needed to get from one gate to another.
The U.S. Justice Department has reached a settlement with a New Jersey bus company that it claimed unfairly excluded passengers with disabilities.
A Northeast Pennsylvania woman with Multiple Sclerosis battled a pharmaceutical giant, and won, in a case that has changed the employment landscape.
If you have a food allergy, what does your college have to do for you? Maybe more than you think.
A university student sued college officials who insisted she purchase a mandatory food plan that made no accommodations for her food allergy to gluten, which was placed under the umbrella of “Americans with Disabilities Act.”
Offices value not just skill but also “corporate fit” – someone who fits in. But what does an office do with a worker who has Asperger’s syndrome?
The National Constitution Center celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Edna Escher-Gaston was driving on I-95 when her life changed forever, but she didn’t give up on life.
In the latest court papers, the Milton Hershey School is asking a Judge to rule that it didn’t violate the Americans with Disabilities Act in denying admission to an HIV-positive 13-year-old boy.
Advocates for the disabled are filing a federal lawsuit to force the Philadelphia Parking Authority to provide accessible taxis to people who use wheelchairs.