New ride hailing companies making their way into town haven't come without issues. A disability rights Texas attorney filed two lawsuits Wednesday against Get Me and Fare for discriminating against those who are visually impaired. He says the companies have refused to make their ridesharing phone apps accessible to riders who use text-to-speech software.
An article written by Brian Craig, a staff attorney at Disability Rights Nebraska, was recently published in the September/October 2016 issue of The Nebraska Lawyer magazine. Brian's article, "A Confusion of Roles: The Attorney-Guardian Conflict," provides professional insight on ethical concerns pertaining to attorney-guardians. In the article, Brian explores issues with the roles of these individuals, including inevitable conflicts of interest and unreasonable attorney-guardian fees in Nebraska, among other considerations. Disability Rights Nebraska is proud to be represented by staff members like Brian who truly care about and continually advocate for the rights of people with disabilities.
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