It has only been a little while since the new pool lift regulations went into effect, but I’m not seeing much in the news. Ogletree Deakins reports that eight nearly identical lawsuits were filed by the same attorney-client tandem, where the disabled plaintiff reportedly robo-dialed several hotels to see if their pools employed lifts. If the hotel didn’t, the plaintiff claimed to be deterred from staying there because of the absence of a wheelchair lift.
But if you use the Google, that’s pretty much it as far as on-point search results go. Perhaps more telling, as of April 19 variations on the search phrase “pool lift lawsuit” don’t yield any pay-per-click ads from plaintiffs’ attorneys. I was surprised.