Blind Sue Paintball Park

blind sue paintball parkComplaint says owner refused to honor group’s reservation

The Blind Industries and Services of Maryland (BISM) and three blind men, who were denied access to paintball matches at the Route 40 Paintball Park in White Marsh, filed a federal lawsuit against the park for violating federal and state civil rights laws. The laws require places of public accommodation like the park to offer their activities and services on a free and equal basis and not discriminate on the basis of disability. The plaintiffs are represented by Stu Simms and Greg Care.

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