Florida is third in the country for ADA Title III lawsuits, following only New York and California as part of the 3550 cases in 2020. The state is part of the US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, which ruled in 2018 that websites with a nexus to physical places of public accommodations are subject to the same anti-discrimination laws. Florida state human rights laws also allow plaintiffs to recover up to $10,000 in damages by adding state-level claims… Continue Reading Avoid Florida’s Deluge of ADA Title III Digital Lawsuits
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