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Miami ADA Lawyer

Trusted ADA Compliance and ADA Litigation Defense Attorney in Miami


You have been diligently operating a business, institution, or property in Miami for some time now. You've invested effort, resources, and your hard-earned money into ensuring its success. But out of the blue, you receive a notice from an individual or organization regarding an alleged violation (or multiple alleged violations) of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The looming threat of a lawsuit that could cripple your business and reputation stares right in your face.

What do you do?

Nolan Klein, a trusted Miami ADA lawyer with 15+ years of ADA litigation experience, is here to help. Nolan has represented hundreds of businesses in complex Miami ADA litigation cases and has been recognized as a Top 1% trial lawyer by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.

Call +1 954.745.0588 or fill out our online contact form on this page to schedule a consultation and protect your rights and interests.

What is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that was passed by the United States Congress in 1990. This landmark legislation prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the public. The goal of the law is to ensure that people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. The ADA is divided into five titles (or sections) that relate to different areas of public life.

The first title, Title I, prohibits employers with 15 or more employees from discriminating against individuals with disabilities in all aspects of employment. This includes job application procedures, hiring, firing, advancement opportunities, and any other terms of employment.

Title II covers public transportation services provided by state and local governments such as buses, trains, subways, and taxis. It also requires these entities to make their programs, services, and activities accessible to people with disabilities.

Title III prohibits discrimination by places of public accommodation, which include restaurants, hotels, theaters, retail stores, and other establishments that are open to the general public. This title requires businesses to provide equal access and accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Title IV addresses telecommunications services for individuals with hearing or speech impairments. It requires telephone companies to provide services that allow people with hearing and speech impairments to communicate over the phone.


Lastly, Title V includes miscellaneous provisions such as technical assistance and enforcement of the ADA.

What if your business is sued in a Miami ADA lawsuit?

If your business or property is alleged to be in violation of the ADA, you may face costly penalties, legal fees, and worse, damage to your reputation and customer base.

How a Miami ADA Defense Lawyer Can Help


The Law Office of Nolan Klein, P.A. is more than just Miami ADA litigation defense lawyers – we are advocates for justice. We believe in protecting the rights of businesses and institutions while also promoting accessibility for individuals with disabilities. Our goal is to assist businesses to resolve Miami ADA lawsuits quickly and as efficiently as possible. If you have been targeted by an ADA lawsuit in Miami, our experienced attorneys can help you navigate the legal process and defend your rights. Here's how:

         We conduct a thorough assessment: We will thoroughly review your business or property to identify any potential ADA violations and work with you to correct them.

·         We represent you in negotiations and court: Our team will represent your best interests during negotiations with the plaintiff's attorney or in court, if necessary. We have a lot of experience dealing with lawyers who file these lawsuits, including ADA lawsuit abuse and serial ADA litigants, and will fight for a fair settlement or dismissal of your case.

·         We provide ongoing guidance: We can also provide guidance on how to make your business or property more accessible, ensuring compliance with the ADA and avoiding future lawsuits.

·         We protect your reputation: We understand the negative impact that an ADA lawsuit can have on a business's reputation. Our team will work to protect your brand and image throughout the legal process.

·         We keep you informed: Throughout the entire process, we will keep you informed of any updates or changes in your case. Our goal is to make the legal process as transparent and stress-free for you as possible.

Beyond just defending against ADA lawsuits, our Miami ADA attorneys provide proactive legal services to help businesses and institutions ensure compliance with the ADA. This includes conducting accessibility audits and providing guidance on how to make your business or property accessible for individuals with disabilities.

Contact a Dependable ADA Attorney in Miami


Don't let an ADA compliance lawsuit in Miami ruin your business or property. Contact the Law Office of Nolan Klein, P.A. today to schedule a consultation with one of the best ADA defense lawyers in Miami. We are dedicated to defending your rights and promoting accessibility for all individuals with disabilities. Let us put our experience and expertise to work for you.


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