Florida law makes it illegal for a hotel, restaurant, gas station, stadium, theater, and other places of public accommodation to discriminate against an individual because of age; color; disability; family status; gender/sex; national origin; religion; and race.
Federal law makes it illegal for a place of public accommodation to discriminate against an individual because of a disability and in certain circumstances because of race and national origin. Customer discrimination can include access to the facility; harassment; refusal to serve; and segregated service among other issues.
My Law Firm Services
My law practice includes assisting customers and patrons though administrative proceedings at the Florida Commission for Human Relations (FCHR), including early mediation as well as pre-suit investigation and negotiation.
I also represent customers and patrons at the trial and appellate court levels regarding customer discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases in places of public accommodation.
If you are interested in discussing a potential Customer Discrimination claim, please click on the link below to complete our Customer Discrimination Questionnaire.