Civil Disputes & ADA Title III Violations

Does someone owe you money?

Did your contractor not finish the work you paid for?

Have you experienced an ADA Title III violation?

   Unfortunately, civil disputes are part of life. Someone owes you money, someone doesn't do what they were contracted for and/or for which you paid them, or your mechanic didn't properly repair your vehicle.

   Civil litigation is the process of being engaged in legal action against the opposing party. Sometimes litigation is necessary, sometimes it's not.  Having an experienced civil litigation attorney on your side to know when and how to resolve your matter or when and where to sue- Small Claims Court, County Court, or District Court- is invaluable.

   Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits places of public accommodation from discriminating against persons with disabilities. Decades later, countless Colorado businesses and facilities are still non-compliant. And sadly, compliance enforcement is understaffed and to the detriment of millions of disabled people.


   Fortunately, the law provides for attorney's fees to the prevailing party. If you have been restricted from equal access to a place open to the public and would like that corrected, we'd love to talk with you. We can work for you to help remove the physical barriers and stop these discriminatory practices and/or apathetic attitudes.


Contact us today to schedule your free case assessment.