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Disability – Reasonable Accommodation, Pet Necessity, Mental or Physical

At Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. the housing discrimination team fights against all types of real estate discrimination both for clients being discriminated against and for those who have been wrongfully accused of discrimination. As reflected in many published and unpublished decisions in front of New York State courts including State Supreme, housing, civil, and federal courts, the firm has and always will voraciously fight for its clients.

Discrimination comes in many forms. As seen throughout history, people are discriminated against based on race, gender, nationality, and a variety of other characteristic traits. Since the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), laws have been tightened exponentially against disability discrimination. Despite these laws, disability discrimination still regularly occurs in real estate matters.

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. fights against all forms of disability discrimination. Whether it be a case of reasonable accommodation for someone in a wheelchair, the necessity of an emotional support animal, or a case of mental illness inhibiting a tenant from signing a contract, the firm works hard to protect the rights of anyone with a disability or fight for those accused of discrimination.

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. is proud to represent or defend the underdog and litigate against claims of discrimination. The firm has overcome tremendous odds in court for anyone who feels they have been discriminated against based solely on their disabilities. The firm fights equally hard against cases of wrongful accusation.

No matter the case, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. will stand up for justice and fight for the rights of its clients. In exposing racism, sexism, ageism and all other forms of discrimination, the firm works passionately and fervently to protect its clients who have been discriminated against just as it will protect against false claims of discrimination.

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