ADA Services

Don't get sued because of your website

Is Your Company At Risk?

Lawsuits are being filed daily against companies of all industries and sizes, but a majority of them were against small and medium businesses.

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This list comprises the fourteen most vulnerable industries:

  1. Travel/Hospitality
  2. Restaurants/Food Service
  3. Medical/Health
  4. E-Commerce
  5. Universities/Educational
  6. Beauty/Fitness/Wellness
  7. Entertainment/Leisure
  8. Insurance
  9. Retail Stores
  10. Home Services
  11. Banking/Financial
  12. Real Estate
  13. Automotive
  14. Government

No Company is Exempt.
Even "mom & pops"

These are just some of the companies and organizations that have been sued over website ADA Compliance:

  • Beyoncé’s company Parkwood Entertainment 
  • Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Winn Dixie
  • HR Block
  • Carnival Cruise Line

And countless small and medium businesses that can no longer fly under the radar.

WCAG 2.1 is now the official recommendation of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

View the ADA criteria here.

Reasons Why Your Website Needs to be ADA Compliant

1. Increases Your Target Audience

If your website is not already ADA compliant, you are automatically missing out on millions of potential customers who cannot access your site due to their disabilities.

2. Improves Your SEO Efforts

A key element of ADA compliance is accessibility to screen readers. Compliant sites appeal to users, search engines, and screen readers, ultimately improving your SEO endeavors.

3, May Help Your Reputation

Not only will ADA compliance increase your target audience by millions, but it will also let potential customers know just how important they are to your business.

4. Better Website Usability

Creating a more operable and navigable website will ultimately benefit all users. Web pages will be easier to comprehend and will allow everyone (disabled and not) to find what they are looking for quickly.


As of 2018, websites MUST be ADA Compliant. Dozens of brands have been hit with significant lawsuits in recent years for not having ADA Compliant websites (and that was before the DOJ set this requirement in stone), including Fordham University, Foot Locker, Brooks Brothers, and even Kylie Jenner. ADA Website Compliance will save you thousands of dollars in potential legal fees and fines!


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