Beach Condo Sued by Woman in Wheelchair for FHA Discrimination

All was well until board members on a Miami Beach condominium association saw her in person, according to a discrimination lawsuit by a woman who uses a wheelchair.  Rachel Siler, 31, said she got a rude awakening after traveling from Chicago to move into Abbott House, blocks from one of South Florida’s most popular beaches. She said she moved in despite resistance from the condo board, which allegedly retaliated by changing her call-box number to prevent her guests from buzzing in, locking the gate she used, banning a service animal and installing a table in front of an automatic door sensor.     Read the article…………..


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