A frequent filer is going after a half-dozen companies claiming their websites are not accessible to blind and visually impaired people in violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Burlington Coat Factory and Wyndham Hotels were hit with lawsuits Monday in the District of New Jersey, and similar suits were filed on Sunday against True Religion Apparel and Forever 21 in the District of Delaware. Steve Madden Handbags Inc. in the Eastern District of New York and Jimmy Choo USA in the Southern District of New York were also hit with similar lawsuits on April 16.

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