Month: October 2021
New ADA Case in the 11th: A Narrow View of Public Accommodation as to Websites
The 11th Circuit in Gil v. Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., 17-13467 (11th Cir. April 7, 2021), considered whether a website was a public place requiring accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Title III of the ADA, enacted in 1990, prohibits discrimination against
Accidental Bodily Injury: Is the Injury of the Cause of the Injury the Accident?
In ERISA cases, insurance companies frequently construe terms to justify denying a claim. However, insurers run into problems when they use interpretations that are unreasonable. For example, in cases involving accidental bodily injury, Unum has taken the position that the