Wawa has agreed to pay $12,500 to a Cumberland County man to settle claims that he wasn't helped because he was with his service dog.
In June, Patrick Stark says one of the Wawa employees in Millville wouldn't serve him unless he took his service dog, Copenhagen, outside.
In addition to the money, Wawa will post signs in its New Jersey stores, advising that service dogs are welcome, and the company will train employees about state laws.
Stark told investigators he requires a service dog because he experiences periodic seizures and that the dog is trained to assist him.
Under the settlement, WaWa makes no admission of wrongdoing.
The settlement was announced Wednesday by the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights.