What is the ADA and What Does it Mean for Me?

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If you are a person with a disability, it is possible you have heard about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and have wondered what exactly it is. The ADA is a law that protects your rights in the public and has the purpose of preventing discrimination in these areas. The Americans with Disabilities Act has particular importance to us here at Access Advocates in that it helps us protect your right to equal access to public buildings. Let’s take a look at how that works.

How Access Advocates Protects Your Rights to Equal Access

If you are a person with a disability who has encountered discrimination when it comes to having access to a public building, the first thing you should do is contact us. We will work with the law on our side to protect your rights to access these buildings. Whether that means installing a wheelchair ramp or any other means of accessibility, Access Advocates works for you in getting these necessary changes done with no charge to you.

We Can Help You!

The Americans with Disabilities Act has helped many US citizens with disabilities fight discrimination in public life. If you are facing discrimination, we could help you too. If you have lacked access to a public building that you have a right to, contact us immediately. Our job is to help people like you.

Let us know if you have any questions about the services we offer. We look forward to helping you protect your rights and have a better quality of life.