Since 2015 there have been thousands of website ADA lawsuits against every type of website. Each year, thanks to assistive computer devices and software, more people use websites and mobile apps for reading, purchases, banking, booking hotels and research.
Blind and deaf persons, sight impaired, persons with disabilities and impairments, both permanent or temporary, expect to use websites and internet applications with ease. They are entitled to as a civil right by law.
When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and laws serving the same purpose in other countries, were put in place, the internet didn’t exist as it does today. Websites were not covered. That is now challenged in court.
We recommend a quick Website Accessibility Threat Assessment, for a one-time fee of $200.
What Will I Learn From an Accessibility Threat Assessment?
We perform several tests used to inform us of where your website stands with regards to WCAG 2.1 A+ AA compliance, or if it must meet Section 508 requirements. You receive a report emailed to you with the findings.
- You will receive feedback that may suggest the need for a formal full site audit, with recommendations, to prevent the threat of an ADA lawsuit.
- Recommendations or guidance on how to address simple and easy design updates.
- Referrals to the appropriate accessibility testing and remediation company that specializes in software or mobile accessibility.
There are many affordable options available for any size business. We will help you navigate those opportunities.
To Place Your Order
Please fill out the form below. If paying with PayPal, you are welcome to pay now using the PayPal buttons below the form after it is submitted. Or, you can choose to wait until your request is confirmed and we invoice you then. If paying by check, we will email your invoice.
All work begins upon receipt of payment.
Pay $200 now by PayPal or credit card:
Why Do I Need My Website Checked for Accessibility Compliance?
Your best first steps are being prepared. Website accessibility guidelines vary from standard, to requirements enforceable by law. If you sell products or services globally, for example, you may need to design a universally accessible website that meets specific criteria by country.
Fill out the form above. You will receive confirmation and an invoice, payable by PayPal, check, or PayPal credit card for US $200.
When your payment is received, testing begins. You will be emailed your Accessibility Threat Assessment Report.
To better understand the importance of website accessibility and ADA lawsuits, here are helpful resources:
How Your Company Can Prevent ADA Website Accessibility Lawsuits