“Plaintiffs Visited Restaurant 27 Times, Then Sued Over Height of Bathroom Mirror”

by Walter Olson on April 27, 2009

If you guessed that this is another California disabled-access case, you’re right:


1 Robert 04.27.09 at 7:54 pm

How do these lawsuits work? Can anyone file, or do you have to be disabled? Does the ADA violation have to be relevant to your disability? For example, if you’re blind, can you sue because the mirror is 2″ too low?

2 Bill Poser 04.27.09 at 9:39 pm

Is there no duty to mitigate damages in ADA cases?

3 Melvin H. 04.27.09 at 11:17 pm

Did anyone ever ask the plaintiffs why they kept going back 27 times?
(It’s about the money, of course!)

Once again, a case in favor of modification or outright repeal of ADA.

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