Wheelchair Ramps

The media has covered cases across the United States involving homeowners associations running into conflict and legal problems over wheelchair ramps. Just this past month, the media featured the Broadnax family who retrofitted their house with a wheelchair ramp in an upscale neighborhood in Brentwood, Tennessee. After Mr. Broadnax returned home from rehabilitation following brain surgery, his family received a letter which told them, “The association demands that within 14 days of the date of this letter, you remove the wheelchair ramp and restore the exterior of your home.”    Read the article………


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