Zoltan Hirsch is a double amputee in a wheelchair dubbed as the “Hell on Wheels” by The NY Post in 2011 after he filed 87 federal claims in one year against city businesses, arguing they were not wheelchair-accessible — is continuing his campaign. So the question is do businesses have to be handicap accessible? Is it a law? Is it about ethics?

Hirsch last month sued Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply at 99 University Place, claiming he suffered injury because, according to papers filed in US District Court, he “continues to be discriminated against due to the architectural barriers.”

So the question is, what is the big deal. As I see it, Ralph Lauren has no responsibility unless they want to. It is a matter of PR not legality in my opinion.