Connecticut's Assistive Technology Lemon Law

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4-26-2011 3-35-42 PM.pngThe State of Connecticut's Office of Protection and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities (OPA) has posted on their site guidelines to protect consumers with disabilities who use assistive technology devices.  The Assistive Technology Lemon Law  outlines, among other things, what devices are covered by the law and what consumers and vendors must do if a device turns out to be, well, a lemon.  For more info about the law, click here.  The OPA can be reached to make any complaints about defective devices via email at or by phone at the following numbers:

(860) 297- 4300 (Voice)
(860) 297- 4380 (TTY)
1-800-842-7303 (V/TTY) CT Only
(860) 566- 8714 (Fax)

(Thanks WD!)

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