Excessive Court docket To Mull Emotional Misery In Civil Rights Row

Law360 (Jul 2, 2021, 7:42 pm EDT) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review whether claims for damages under Civil Rights Act and similar laws like the Affordable Care Act include compensation for emotional distress and appealed on a blind and deaf woman who lost her disability discrimination lawsuit against a physical therapy provider in Texas, she said she refused to provide her with an interpreter.

The judges took up the prejudice case from Jane Cummings, a woman from Fort Worth, Texas, who says Premier Rehab Keller PLLC, a federally funded clinic, refused to provide her care by refusing to give her an American one …

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