Greyhound enters settlement that could result in customer compensation

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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Greyhound Lines, Inc. has entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve a lawsuit brought by the DOJ under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

This resolution addresses claims under the ADA, including claims that Greyhound failed to provide accessible transportation and transportation-related services to people with disabilities. Greyhound denies these allegations.

If you believe you were harmed by Greyhound’s lack of accessible vehicles or transportation services, or by a failure to accommodate you based on your disability, since February 8, 2013 until February 8, 2016, you may be eligible to receive payment from Greyhound as a result of its agreement with the DOJ.

You can submit a claim with the Department of Justice by clicking here.

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