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How common are ADA website lawsuits, and who's most at risk?
The website accessibility lawsuits have increased over 300% since 2013. The risk of being sued is a fact. Several lawsuits have been filed for websites inaccessible for Americans with disabilities. In 2018, more than 2,200 federal lawsuits were filed against websites not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.
Are there well-known companies that have been sued?
Yes, there are many well-known companies sued for not being ADA compliant. The most sued industries for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Non-Compliance are Travel/Hospitality, Restaurants/Food Service, Medical/Health, E-Commerce, Universities/Educational, Beauty/Fitness/Wellness, Entertainment/Leisure: Fox Theaters, Insurance, Retail Stores, Home Services, Banking/Financial, Real Estate, Automotive, and Government.
What Is Website Accessibility?
Website accessibility means the web tools are properly designed and coded for people with disabilities, and they can use them. At present many websites and tools are developed with accessibility barriers that make them difficult or impossible for some people to use. Creating website accessibility benefits individuals, businesses, and society.
How is ADAComplianceHelper different from others?
We are the most pocket-friendly service, our customer support is available 24/7. Moreover, you can also get automatic daily monitoring and scan of your website, ensuring ADA compliance of your website. Moreover, our litigation support package will restrict legal claims from the public.
How much does ADAComplianceHelper cost?
Our monthly package costs $39 per month. If you want to subscribe to a yearly package, you get 2 months free, and it totals to $390 yearly. If you have multiple websites, do contact our support team!
Does ADAComplianceHelper cover all accessibility requirements?
Ada compliance is meant for individuals with several types of disabilities. It includes
- People with impaired vision
- Individuals with motor skill difficulty
- Learning problems or cognitive impairments
- Hearing loss or deafness.
Yes, adacompliancehelper includes all the accessibility requirements per the WCAG 2.0 guidelines.