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- Riverside District Attorney sues ADA litigants
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Can you get justice for a fraudulent ADA lawsuit?
I often get the question: “Can I sue them back”? People who are sued by ADA plaintiffs know in their hearts that many, if not most, of the ADA lawsuits are essentially extortive, and did not involve a real disabled … Continue reading
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