About ADA Compliance
The Department of Justice (DOJ) published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design in September 2010. These standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities.
What sites need to be ADA Compliant?
The general consensus (right now) is that any business considered a “public accommodation” should have an ADA compliant web presence. Unfortunately, the interpretation of what constitutes this is not clearly defined, leaving class-action lawyers to define the parameters through the courts.
ADA Website Lawsuits are on the rise.
Usable.net tracked 2,285 website lawsuits — up 181% over 2017. Expect these numbers to continue to rise through 2020.
We can help ensure your website is ADA Compliant and meets the current standards.
While the unfortunate truth is that ADA Compliance is still in uncharted territory, there are definitive things that can be implemented on your site to help keep class-action lawyers from coming after you.
Contact us today to learn more.