St. Louis Public Accommodations Law Practice
Places of public accommodation, such as retail stores, restaurants, parking garages, parks, theaters, medical offices, museums, libraries, hotels, educational institutions, and government buildings, are areas prohibited by both federal and Missouri law from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, or disability. Some examples of discrimination in places of public accommodation include: harassment of customers, refusal to serve or providing inferior service, prohibiting the entry of a service animal, failing to provide an accessible restroom, parking space or entrance, or failing to accommodate to a person’s disability. Our office has years of litigation experience pursuing civil rights matters on behalf of individuals who have been discriminated against in places of public accommodation.
The Kennedy Hunt, P.C. practices in the following Missouri locations: St. Louis city, St. Louis County, St. Charles County. In Illinois: Alton, Belleville, Bloomington, Collinsville, Columbia, East St. Louis, Edwardsville, Fairmont City, Fairview Heights, Granite City, O’Fallon, Springfield, Waterloo.
Contact the Kennedy Hunt, P.C. if you believe your rights have been violated in a place of public accommodation.