King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office employee featured for work promoting disability rights 

Lori Bridgewater, a paralegal in the Homicide and Violent Crimes unit within the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, was recently highlighted by KIRO 7 News. A long-time employee, Lori recently suffered a stroke and now uses a wheelchair. Lori has received services from King County Disability Services, and has been supported through the accommodation and return to work process. She has used this experience to raise awareness about accessibility issues for people and how buildings and locations can work to become more ADA compliant. 

To view the full story, read more here. You can make an ADA request for sidewalk fixes as well as find route options on the city of Seattle’s website here.