Investigation and pending class action against Burger King for its failure to comply with wheelchair access laws. This disability class action against Burger King challenges accessibility barriers at California Burger King restaurants for people who use wheelchairs or scooters. The barriers include, for example, excessively heavy doors; queue lines that are too narrow for wheelchairs; inaccessible restrooms, service counters and dining areas; and insufficient accessible parking.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Burger King Corporation (BKC)
Burger King Corporation operates over 11000 restaurants in 50 countries. 90% of the restaurants are franchised to third parties.
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