After joining an international and local timeshare resort--the member became disabled. Upon calling the main coordination for global travel to ask for guidelines--there were none. Then upon attempting to make reservervations for available units the resort claimed "we don't know until you arrive." Yet they had the unit available and offering it for two months.
Employment / Labor Attorney
Are you employed by the timeshare resort? If not, then your issue may still be covered under the public accommodations section. You may want to change the main practice area designation to disability discrimination. Good luck.
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