What should you do if you receive a demand letter stating that your website is not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

 

What if you haven’t yet, but you think you may be at risk? Knowing what to expect is extremely important, and could actually help you avoid getting one in the first place.

Over the last 20 years Level Access has worked with countless organizations facing ADA compliance litigation due to inaccessible websites and mobile apps.

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Web Accessibility Lawsuits on the Rise

  • There were 15 web accessibility lawsuits in 2013.  In 2020, there were nearly 3500. There is a lawsuit more than once per business hour!
  • These lawsuits are evolving because of a greater demand for continuous compliance, a larger ask to train the whole corporation, expectations for clear policy development.
  • They are coming back.  More than 1 in 5 lawsuits in 2020 were repeats against the same organization.

These lawsuits target business of all sizes, across all industries.

Having accessible technology is more than just the right thing to do – it’s a valuable investment to safeguard your organization against legal risk.