As hospitals around the country brace for an expected surge of patients inflicted with the COVID-19 coronavirus, there are fears that health care providers will begin rationing treatment, with [...]
The duty a trustee owes to a beneficiary is a fiduciary duty which is the highest duty the law creates for one person to another. What happens, though, if disputes arise?
To protect its workers and the public during the coronavirus pandemic, the Social Security Administration has suspended face-to-face service at its field offices and hearings offices [...]
Student loan officials from seven states and the District of Columbia are calling on the federal government to automatically discharge the student loan debt of people with disabilities who are [...]
While crowdfunding through such outlets as GoFundMe or Kickstarter can be a quick and effective way of raising money for a person with specials needs, it could also have a negative impact on [...]
The U.S. Department of Transportation is proposing regulations that would end legal protections for passengers wishing to fly with emotional support animals and define a service animal as a [...]
Election Looming, Report Finds That Lack of ADA Access Is Being Used as an Excuse to Close Polling Sites
According to a new investigative report, some county election officials are using their failure to make their polling locations accessible as a pretext for closing them.