However, the public accommodation is not relieved from the duty to furnish an alternative auxiliary aid, if available, that would not result in a fundamental alteration or undue burden.
Both of these limitations are derived from existing regulations and caselaw under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and are to be determined on a case-by-case basis. Examples include the simple ramping of a few steps, the installation of grab bars where only routine reinforcement of the wall is required, the lowering of telephones, and similar modest adjustments. In determining whether an action to make a public accommodation accessible would be "readily achievable," the overall size of the parent corporation or entity is only one factor to be considered.
Ordered the 16 oz rib-eye which was oddly seasoned and tasted a little "gamey", but overall an adequate meal for "on the road" and very good service.
does not require modifications that would fundamentally alter the nature of the services provided by the public accommodation.
For example, it would not be discriminatory for a physician specialist who treats only burn patients to refer a deaf individual to another physician for treatment of a broken limb or respiratory ailment.
at the décor and food April our waitress was very charming professional and one comment about the PINA Colada, leave out the strawberry syrup its way too sweet highly recommended We stopped for a quick bite on our way down from Horseshoe Resort.
we ordered savory chicken cheese/ tomato and fajita's with beer and special PINA colada strawberry drink FOOD was very yummy Came here expecting it to be another place we obviously couldn't find, lolinstead, very pleasantly surprised.
The bathrooms, telephones, and drinking fountains serving that area must also be made accessible.
These additional accessibility alterations are only required to the extent that the added accessibility costs do not exceed 20% of the cost of the original alteration.
My son got the all you can eat catfish and he did eat. Overall the food was good and the service was excellent.
A public accommodation is a private entity that owns, operates, leases, or leases to, a place of public accommodation.
The landlord and the tenant may decide by lease who will actually make the changes and provide the aids and services, but both remain legally responsible.
requires that all new construction of places of public accommodation, as well as of "commercial facilities" such as office buildings, be accessible.
The also permits consideration of the financial resources of the particular facility or facilities involved and the administrative or fiscal relationship of the facility or facilities to the parent entity.