The number of ADA suits filed in federal court against credit unions over their websites has risen to at least 34 and has spread to three states, according to court documents.

The cases began appearing in September in Virginia, where at least 25 credit unions have since been sued. In November, a different plaintiff represented by the same California-based law firm in the Virginia cases sued at least four credit unions in Georgia.

Next up appears to be Michigan, where at least five credit unions have been sued since the beginning of this month. Those cases involve a third plaintiff who is represented by the law firm associated with the Virginia and Georgia cases.

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