Wendy’s franchisees operating 139 restaurants face ADA suit


Law360 (June 15, 2021, 8:53 p.m. EDT) – A proposed class of consumers with reduced mobility slapped the owner-operators of 139 Wendy’s franchise restaurants with a lawsuit in Wisconsin federal court, claiming they had violated the law on Americans with disabilities. by denying customers with disabilities full and equal access to restaurants.

Principal plaintiff Chance Wollbrinck, an Illinois resident who is paralyzed from the chest down and uses a wheelchair, said in his complaint Monday that restaurant franchise companies Bridgeman Foods II Inc. and Manna Inc. , headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. class by denying them full access to their facilities due to poorly designed facilities that …

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