Some businesses don’t even bother to try, but when you’re “handicap-accessible” without actually being handicap-accessible, then you’re openly inviting lawsuits.

That’s exactly what will happen. The number of ADA Title III Lawsuits filed each year increases every year – and by significant margins. Not every site needs to be ADA Compliant, but a significant percentage do. And if you have already made strides toward compliance, you need to be absolutely certain that you’ve achieved it on both the front- and back-end.

How do you know if your site is compliant?

There are 3 options

  1. Add ADA compliance testing to your current website maintenance plan and get a report each month.
  2. Ask your web development company for an analysis of the current situation.
  3. Use an ADA Compliance Testing system to find and correct issues before they become disasters.