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Why do lawyers steer away from representing disabled plaintiff's in ADA complaints?

No money in it for them? Lawyers could careless about the disabled? They are to good for that? They are lazy and do not want to do extraneous work required in representing disabled plaintiffs? They just want cases that are very, very easy to win?

Update:

@Joseph There is money that can be gained its just not the kind of money they want. The cap on damages in ADA complaints is actually $300,000. see: EEOC v. Federal Express Corp., 513 F.3d 360 (4th Cir. January 23, 2008)

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  • 9 years ago
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    all of the above..... and include political suicide

  • 9 years ago

    -Because There's usually no $$$- in Them... :(

    Source(s): The Truth IS- the Bottom Line.
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