Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys, PLLC announces that the law firm will engage in an endeavor to encourage enforcement of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
July 26, 2012 marked the 22nd anniversary of the signing of the ADA.
The primary purpose of the Americans with Disabilities Act is to guarantee that individuals with disabilities have protection from discrimination in employment, public places, transportation, as well as telecommunications. The ADA and other related federal regulations set forth requirements that businesses and government must comply with.
“Notwithstanding specific regulations we often see disabled individuals face discrimination on a daily basis. “If properly enforced and followed, ADA laws can help eliminate barriers and help stop discrimination,” according to Jeffrey Freedman.
Mr. Freedman previously served as a Chairman of the Erie County Bar Association’s Committee for the Disabled. Because of his dedication and commitment to assisting clients with disabilities, he was recently appointed to serve on the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Disability and the Town of Amherst’s Disability Committee.
Since 1980, Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys has helped over 15,000 clients win a variety of disability related cases.
Jeffrey Freedman Attorneys, PLLC has a mutuality of interest with many agencies that advocate on behalf of clients who have disabilities. “We want to break down barriers, stop discrimination and improve the lives of the clients we serve.”