Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) sets forth the legal requirements that businesses must accommodate the handicaps of people that require access to their establishments. Failure to comply with this law can result in substantial judgments and significant legal fees, in addition to the cost of retrofitting the areas that violate the act.

ADA requirements are constantly changing as the result of new legislation and court decisions. The responsibility is on the property owner to maintain up-to-date compliance with access and accommodation requirements. With over four decades of legal experience, Grimm Vranjes Greer Stephan & Bridgman LLP is dedicated to defending property owners, tenants, and other business professional entities involved in Americans with Disabilities Act litigation. We have assisted clients in a broad spectrum of ADA-related issues.

Failure to comply with access requirements and or other accommodations can result in expensive and time-consuming litigation. Proactive monitoring of current statutory and case law can address situations before they become problems, so our clients can meet all accommodation requirements and provide their own clients and customers with equal and full access.