If your business or property is open to the public, it must meet certain accessibility standards created by federal and state law for people with disabilities. These requirements apply to a range of potential conditions that could limit accessibility, including such commonplace items as round doorknobs or faucet handles, unsecured floor mats, high customer service counters and/or doorway thresholds that are difficult to traverse. A majority of accessibility claims continue to involve parking areas.
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