Is The Americans With Disabilities Act A License To Steal?



The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law that was enacted in 1990 for the purpose of prohibiting discrimination agains qualified individuals with disabilities. Under the ADA, most businesses are required to provide individuals with disabilities equal access to services. Title III of the ADA requires places of “public accommodation,” Including most aviation… Read more »

Court Says Home Owners Association Must Pay Anderson Law Group Clients Over $187,000 In Pickup Truck Parking Dispute


Truck Parking Dispute

Clearwater, Florida (July 27, 2010) – A Tampa Bay couple learned this week that a Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge awarded them attorneys’ fees and costs totaling over $187,000 in a lawsuit filed against them by their homeowners association. The homeowners, A.J. and Doree Vizzi, were sued by The Eagles Master Association which tried to… Read more »