Do you know the only two questions a business is allowed to ask someone who has a service animal?
In recent years, there has been a rise in cases where individuals bring their pets into businesses under the pretense that they are service animals, and then file a lawsuit under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) if an employee asks the wrong questions.
Learn more about the rise of this issue and what businesses are, and are not, allowed to do in our latest white paper, “Service Animals: Legal Rights and Responsibilities.”
In this white paper, you will learn:
The only two questions a business is allowed to ask someone with a service animal
Where the service animal is permitted to go in the business
When and if a business is allowed to ask a service animal to leave
Important first steps to take when someone files a lawsuit against your business under the ADA
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