How Communities Fight—and Win—Disability Discrimination Claims in Court

In this lesson, the Coach highlights several recent court decisions that show how communities can fight court battles to defend themselves against disability discrimination claims under fair housing law.

More than half of all fair housing complaints are for disability discrimination, many involving disputes over reasonable accommodation requests. The FHA requires communities to make reasonable accommodations in policies or services when needed by an individual with a disability to have an equal opportunity to use and enjoy his or her home.

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