Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C. Attorneys at Law — Founded 1908


The Americans with Disabilities Act, Title III provides that public accommodations be accessible to Americans with disabilities. Title III covers businesses and nonprofit service providers that are generally accessible to the public. Businesses cannot discriminate through exclusion, segregation and unequal treatment. They buildings must be in code with architectural standards and must remove barriers in existing buildings when it is reasonable. The act covers both physical and mental disabilities, but requires documentation of them. It is unfortunate that discrimination occurs in today’s society. Our firm has extensive experience in resolving these disputes. In some instances relief through the Department of Justice can be obtained through an administrative complaint. However in more complex matters you may wish to file a law suit in Federal Court alleging a violation of the law. Attorneys usually work on a contingency fee arrangement, allowing the claimant to pursue these actions. Attorney David D. Daul handles these claims and would be happy to provide you with a free consultation.