Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was enacted more than two decades ago to curb discrimination against disabled people, but related lawsuits are still rife in Florida — and lawyers on either side are exasperated.

Plaintiffs attorneys can’t believe how many public places aren’t compliant, while defense lawyers are at their wits’ end with seemingly infinite “drive-by” complaints, suspicious of filers’ motives.

Related story: Fla. Lawyers Driving Boom in N.J. Disabled-Access Suits

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