Attorney Theodore Pinnock sits outside a San Diego business in April that he sued for allegedly failing to provide disabled customers with the parking and access required by law. The San Diego attorney, who has cerebral palsy, says he has filed more than 2,000 suits since the late 1990s for violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Attorney Theodore Pinnock sits outside a San Diego business in April that he sued for allegedly failing to provide disabled customers with the parking and access required by law. The San Diego attorney, who has cerebral palsy, says he has filed more than 2,000 suits since the late 1990s for violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Sacramento Bee
Attorney Theodore Pinnock sits outside a San Diego business in April that he sued for allegedly failing to provide disabled customers with the parking and access required by law. The San Diego attorney, who has cerebral palsy, says he has filed more than 2,000 suits since the late 1990s for violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act. Sacramento Bee

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November 12, 2006 12:00 AM

The Price of Access: Part 1: Visionary law's litigious legacy

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