Consumer Law

DOJ Considers Opioid Use Disorder an ADA Covered Disability and Pursues Claims Against a Provider for Refusing Medical Services to Opioid Users

The DOJ settled an American with Disabilities Act Title III complaint against health care provider Selma Medical Associatesmaking clear that it considers opioid use disorder as a disability, thereby triggering the full panoply of ADA rights for those with OUD.

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