AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT LAW FIRM SERVING OUR CLIENTS SINCE 2009
WELCOME TO THE LAW OFFICES OF NOLAN KLEIN, we have represented clients in hundreds of Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") lawsuits, including individuals and businesses such as restaurants, shopping centers, stores, hotels, and many others, covering claims of physical and online inaccessibility. We have successfully resolved claims at all stages of the ADA litigation process, from very early resolution (whenever possible) through full trial (when necessary). We have time-tested and proven strategies for handling ADA cases. The ADA is an important civil rights law, and our goal is to assist our clients in successfully navigating ADA claims and issues.
Our philosophy is simple: To resolve ADA lawsuits for our clients as quickly and cost effectively as possible, while at the same time assisting businesses to become as accessibility as possible for disabled customers, and to avoid future ADA cases.
We are lead by attorney Nolan Klein, who appears as a legal analyst on national news media, including Fox News, CNN, and others, and was recently featured in a 60 Minutes segment on ADA lawsuits. Mr. Klein has been named to the "Top 1%" by the NADC every year since 2016, and has a 10/10 rating from the AVVO lawyer ranking service.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have, or to discuss any ADA issue or case that your business in facing. The consultation with our law firm is free, and we will be happy to discuss your case by phone, without any charge to you whatsoever.
WATCH our attorney, Nolan Klein, Esq., discuss ADA lawsuits on 60 Minutes.
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"We found Nolan Klein on the internet. He listened very carefully as I explained our situation, and he considered our case. Besides having a great deal of experience, Nolan is very knowledgeable about the law, and is very creative in his approach. He also welcomed my input. When I choose an attorney, I want a tiger in my court. Nolan Klein is that tiger."
ADA BASIC FAQS
Is my business regulated by the ADA?
Any private business, commercial facility, or educational institution that serves the general public must comply with ADA accessibility standards.
Who is considered disabled under the ADA?
Anyone who is permanently impaired in performing an activity of daily living, such as (for example) walking or hearing.
What is my business required to do?
The requirements vary based on the age and type of business, and can be complicated. But generally speaking, businesses must make themselves accessible to the disabled, for example by building wheelchair accessible ramps and parking spaces, or updating their website code.
Who can file a lawsuit for violation of the ADA?
An ADA lawsuit can be filed by any disabled person who encounters a barrier to access, meaning an ADA violation, on or at a place of public accommodation. No pre-suit notice is required prior to filing a claim.
What does an ADA lawsuit seek to achieve?
Usually, the plaintiff in an ADA lawsuit is seeks to make the defendant business comply with the ADA, and for legal fees and costs. In some states, the plaintiff is also entitled to recover damages under state laws.
Once I am sued, what can you do to defend my business?
This law firm has represented clients in hundreds of Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits, from small shops to large national chains (and every size of business in between). We have vast experience, knowledge, and skill needed to end ADA lawsuits quickly and efficiently. We have developed time-tested strategies for limiting the impact of ADA lawsuits on our business owner clients. We will be happy to review the complaint in your case, discuss your options, and guide you toward the fastest and cheapest possible resolution of the case. Contact us for a free consultation.
We were retained by a major fast food chain to defend against ADA claims at one of its restaurant locations. We established conclusively that no ADA violations were present at the property and obtained dismissal with prejudice.
THE STATISTICS ARE CLEAR, PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS
The statistics are clear, just look at the charts below, if you are not taking steps now to comply with the ADA, then your business (or commercial property) is likely to be sued at some point. ADA cases filed in 2017 represent a 16% increase over cases filed in 2016, ADA cases filed in 2018 represent a 33% increase over 2017, and ADA cases filed in 2019 represent a 9% increase over 2018. The number of cases do not appear to be slowing in any way.
The ADA is a very specific area of law, and an experienced ADA law firm can provide efficient and effective legal representation. If an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuit has been filed against you or your business, or even if you have not been sued but would like to proactively comply with the ADA law, you can turn to an experienced ADA defense lawyer at the Law Offices of Nolan Klein for legal advice. Contact us for a free consultation.
Chart © Seyfarth Shaw, LLP
Chart © Seyfarth Shaw, LLP
SERIOUS REPRESENTATION IN ADA CASES
If your business is being sued for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Law Offices of Nolan Klein has the experience and strength needed to protect your interests, and meet your objectives. We are pleased to provide our clients with an aggressive and tested method of defending against ADA lawsuits. Learn more about our services, and about the ways in which we can protect your business and property, by calling us today.
Your initial consultation is FREE. Call 877-661-2282 to schedule a consultation today.
ADA lawsuits pose serious risks to business and property owners. It is critically important to be represented by an experienced ADA practitioner, who is familiar with ADA laws, and the most effective means and methods to defend businesses sued in these cases.
FOCUSED ON PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS
We are focused on assisting businesses to resolve ADA lawsuits in the fastest and most cost-efficient manner possible. If your business has been sued for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, it is critically important to retain experienced defense counsel to protect your interests. An ADA lawsuit does not have to ruin your business or cost endless sums of money. We have in-depth knowledge within this specific area of law, including the creative and tested solutions for handling ADA litigation.
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Take a moment to contact us regarding your ADA dispute. We can review your situation and provide you with our best assessments at no charge. Your first consultation is always free.