Serial plaintiff Alexander Johnson has brought a federal lawsuit against a Miami gas station because it doesn’t have closed captioning on the television screens beside its pumps — an issue his lawyer Scott R. Dinin said is causing dozens of callers to contact his law firm.

As Johnson suffers from severe hearing loss, he’s not privy to the news and commercials streamed while consumers fill their tanks at the Chevron station on Northwest 42nd Avenue, owned by RSJ Investments. And that, Johnson’s lawsuit posits, is a violation of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.