I am sorry, but this Q&A board is not a place to solicit attorneys. Please go to the Find a Lawyer part of the site.
Before you go see this attorney, please be sure to think about what damages you have suffered as a result of this alleged conduct. While we may have a right to make a claim, it is often wiser to let it go than to expend a tremendous amount of time and money prosecuting a right without a significant expectation of recovery.
Also, you posted this "question" in the employment practice area. The Unruh Civil Rights Act is not an employment statutory scheme, and the Fair Employment and Housing Act is far superior to the ADA related to disability discrimination on all but a very few situation. It is far better to let the attorney do the thinking about the legal theories, and you provide the facts. You might tend to chase away qualified attorneys who think you might be a difficult client if you are coming to them with legal theories. I know that is a big red flag in my intake process.
Good luck to you.