Los Angeles Angels Settle Suit Over Prime Wheelchair Seating

April 19, 2012

The Los Angeles Angels have settled a federal lawsuit over wheelchair seating at the team’s baseball stadium in Anaheim.

The Orange County Register reported Monday that the team will offer prime seating at a discount for fans who rely on a wheelchair and expand in-seat service to existing wheelchair seating areas.

The newspaper reports that the team will sell tickets in the Diamond Club to fans in wheelchairs for $50 instead of $150.

A patron sued the team and the city of Anaheim in 2009 alleging that Angel Stadium failed to provide sufficient seating on the club level where suites and water service are provided.

J. Paul Charlebois did not seek monetary damages. A judge will consider attorney fees and court-related costs at a future hearing.

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