This guide should help you get started with your disability law research, but there are lots of other great guides available online. These are some suggested guides for further research:
This guide is intended to help those who represent clients with disabilities. It touches on several important federal laws protecting the rights of the disabled, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Social Security claims.
This guide will also help you find background medical information about disabilities and give you the names of a few disability advocacy groups.
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