Avoid ADA Website Lawsuits

Can you imagine your life without the internet? Because of the increase use of the internet, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) were created to help those with disabilities. Over the last few years there has been a significant increase in ADA website lawsuits. By making your website accessible, you are able to avoid litigation. 

ADA website

Increase in Lawsuits
1 %
Websites Sued More Than Once
1 %
Websites are Not Accessible
1 %
Disabled Population
1 %

In 2018, the Department of Justice (DOJ) clarified that it believes that Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to the websites of public accommodations.

No matter the size of your business, you are at risk of an accessibility lawsuit. You may have heard of large companies like Hobby Lobby, Nike and Winn-Dixie going through ADA website lawsuits. But now we are seeing more and more courts ruling in favor of the plaintiff in cases against small businesses. 

Lana Lee Digital is here to help make your site compliant! Continue reading to find out how we make this process simple.

Compliance is Required by EVERYONE!

How do we protect you from ADA Website Lawsuits?

WCAG 2.1, ADA, Section 508 and EN 301549 Compliance

You will meet the ongoing standards with web accessibility legislation

Accessibility Certification & Statement

Accessibility statement and certification of performance

Daily Monitoring to Ensure Compliance

Your site will be scanned every 24 hours with automatic maintenance on any new and updated content

Monthly Reporting

You will receive a professional report each month from one of our ADA Experts.

Accessibility Facts​

There are no excuses for ADA violations. For example: you cannot claim that you didn't know or that your web guy is working on it.
There is a myth out there that if you have under 15 employees you are exempt from ADA website compliance lawsuits. This is not true. It doesn't matter the size of your company, you can be sued.
There are many other anti-discrimination laws out there that are being used to sue small businesses with websites.
We have a moral duty to remove the barriers to participation, and to invest sufficient funding and expertise to unlock the vast potential of people with disabilities.