Challenging Inaccessible Curb Ramps

Since 2014, CREEC has resolved class action litigation against multiple cities in regard to inaccessible pedestrian routes. Specifically, these cases challenged the consistent failure of these cities to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and…

Challenging Inaccessible Hotel Transportation

CREEC and co-counsel have filed several lawsuits arguing that major hotel owners/operators were discriminating against individuals with mobility disabilities in the provision of hotel shuttle transportation.

Lucas v. City and County of Denver

CREEC and co-counsel represented six music fans who used wheelchairs in a class action suit against the City and County of Denver for failure to make reasonable accommodations to allow people who use wheelchairs to access and enjoy Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Reiskin v. Regional Transportation District

In 2014, the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition filed suit against RTD on the grounds that its light rail vehicles were not accessible to riders who use wheelchairs. CREEC joined the case in early 2016 to assist with settlement negotiations. The case settled in late 2016, and the Court granted final approval of the class action settlement on July 11, 2017.