Case Studies: How the Courts Analyze Reasonable Accommodation Claims

June 14, 2016
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In this lesson, the Coach highlights court cases, all decided in the past few months, involving reasonable accommodation requests.

Fair housing law bans discrimination based on disability, which, among other things, requires communities to make reasonable accommodations to rules, policies, or services when necessary to allow an individual with a disability to use and enjoy his or her home. More than half of the thousands of the fair housing complaints filed each year are for disability discrimination, many involving disputes over reasonable accommodation requests.

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