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Is Your Website ADA Compliant? . . . AND Why It Is Important!

Something is currently going on and it’ll only be a matter of time before it gets to you or your company!

Website owners are being targeted and sued for a law they are ignorant of . . 

It’s the ‘ADA’ act which requires businesses to make accommodations for people with disabilities in ALL their web content. See the recent report from the United States Department Of Justice Below…

Look At What The American Bar Association Had To Say….

“Over the past decade, courts have been increasingly inundated with lawsuits filed by individuals with disabilities claiming that businesses’ websites are not accessible to them. These lawsuits, filed mostly by people who have sight or hearing disabilities, allege discrimination in violation of various local, state and federal laws.

Statutory, Regulatory and Technical Background

Title III of the ADA requires that “places of public accommodation”—public-facing businesses that fall within at least one of 12 categories—provide “equal access” to their goods, services and facilities to individuals with disabilities. 

As a result, plaintiffs filing website accessibility lawsuits are basing their causes of action on two legal theories. The first is based on Title III’s “equal access” and general nondiscrimination mandate. The second is based on the more specific requirement that places of public accommodation provide auxiliary aids and services as may be necessary (at no extra charge) to ensure effective communication with individuals with disabilities. While websites and mobile apps are not mentioned anywhere in Title III or its regulations, the phrase “auxiliary aids and services” is defined to include “accessible electronic and information technology,” which would cover websites and mobile apps.

In 2010, the Department of Justice (DOJ) started the rulemaking process to specifically address ADA requirements for website accessibility, including technical standards for accessible websites. 

 In addition, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and 2.1 Level AA, developed by the private international World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), has emerged as the benchmark standard. The general consensus is that if businesses adhere to this standard in developing, coding and maintaining websites and mobile apps, their websites will be accessible to individuals with disabilities. The WCAG is a legal requirement under some federal laws, such as Section 508 of the Rehabilitation

Act, the Air Carrier Access Act and section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act. Some courts have adopted the WCAG 2.0 Level AA as the accessibility standard for compliance in fashioning injunctive relief under the ADA.

The Lawsuit Explosion

Based on our analysis of court filings, federal courts across the country have been flooded with well over 8,000 digital accessibility lawsuits filed or removed between 2017 and 2020. In 2020, over 85 percent of these federal filings occurred in three states— New York, Florida and California.

Since 2018, website and mobile app accessibility lawsuits have made up roughly a fifth of all ADA Title III filings in federal courts, which now consistently exceed 10,000 lawsuits annually.

These numbers do not include the substantial number of website and mobile app cases filed in state courts, demand letters that are resolved prior to the filing of any lawsuit, and DOJ enforcement actions that resolve before suit is filed.

source:

https://www.americanbar.org/groups/law_practice/publications/law_practice_magazine/2022/jf22/vu-launey-egan/

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ADA provides that web content should be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers or other assistive technologies . . .

American’s with Disability Act [ADA] . . . Many Have Fallen Victim, You May Just Be Next!

Note: The law provides no time for a company to take action before a lawsuit is filed, and it offers no real defense to a company after a lawsuit has been filed!

There are so many benefits to having your website/web content  ADA Compliant . . .

Avoid Nasty and Costly Lawsuits That Suck Your Bank Accounts Dry . . .

Rank Higher In The Search Engines With Less Effort . . .

Get A $5000 Tax Credit FromThe Government For Making Your Website Accessible To the Disabled...

Profit From the $650 Billion Disabled Market With A Capital ‘B’...

The $650Billion/Year Disability Market

If you ever thought that the blind, deaf and physically challenged don’t use the internet or shop online just like you do then you need to have a RE-THINK!

Having your website/web contents ADA compliant gives you an easy ‘Foot In The Door’ into this multi-billion dollar disability market!

 

What tax law gives businesses a $5000 tax credit to make it ada compliant?

The ADA Tax Credit for Small Businesses (IRS Code Section 44) offers eligible small businesses a non-refundable tax credit of up to $5,000 for certain expenses incurred in making their facilities more accessible to individuals with disabilities. This includes the cost of removing architectural and transportation barriers, as well as making the necessary communications modifications to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

But How Do You Get Your Website To Be ADA Compliant

Truth is, it’s not close to being easy . . .

You’ll have to go through TONS AND TONS of assets HOPING that you’ll get everything compliant on your site.

And even if you take care of current items on your site, what about all the other pages, files, videos, audio files, and more that are lurking in the dark recesses of your server that you’ve forgotten about?

"To try and sort through each and every one of these items, making sure they are ADA compliant could take you weeks or even months!"

Not to mention that you need to make sure that you:

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So How Does It Work...

STEP ONE:

Add your website URL to the ada bundle software to generate your accessibility code.

STEP TWO:

Customize your accessibility options.

STEP THREE:

Copy the code and add it to your website and you are good to go…your website is now fully ADA & WCAG Compliant according to the law and industry standard!

Guess What . . . ADA is Great For SEO Too!

Becoming ADA compliant simply means making your site more accessible . .

 

Did you know that having an accessible website is so important that Google gives it more relevance than one that isn’t accessible?

 

So by not having an accessible website for disabled people, you could be losing out on a ton of potential customers which means losing out on more potential revenue.

Just another reason to get your web content to be ADA Compliant now!

 

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F.A.Q.

Does your code installation cover accessibility requirements?

Yes! It cover the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) version 2.1 at the A, AA, AAA level success criteria.

I am a small business owner... am I at risk of a digital accessibility lawsuit?

Yes, though the level of risk depends on your jurisdiction. For businesses in the U.S., the Department of Justice has publicly stated that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to websites. It applies equally to all businesses, regardless of their size or type.

What kind of businesses do you work with?

The ADA compliance act covers every website and content on the web, and according to my mission statement, I want to work with every site owner to ensure their website and web content are all ADA compliant, easily accessible and search engine friendly.

How can I ensure that my website is ADA compliant?

To protect yourself from an ADA web accessibility-related lawsuit, ensure your content is fully accessible to individuals of all disabilities as defined by Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA success criteria. The code we will install on your site does just that

Does your code affect my website loading speed?

No, the code/widget loads asynchronously with your website. Meaning, that the browser loads your website in parallel and does not wait for it to load or process anything.

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