Choice Hotels Sued Over Missing Accessibility Info Online

Law360 (September 17, 2018, 4:45 PM EDT) -- Choice Hotels International Inc. has been hit with a proposed class action alleging the company's online reservation system for its Comfort Inn hotel in Gainesville, Florida, fails to provide disabled users with information about the accessibility features of the rooms and hotel grounds.

In a suit filed Friday in the Northern District of Florida, Fort Lauderdale resident Lanie Quarterman, who uses a wheelchair, said the Comfort Inn University Gainesville's reservation system on its website fails to provide information about the accessible features of the hotel and its rooms.

It fails to disclose any physical barriers to access for people who use...

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