Certified Website Compliance, Remediation and Reports

ADA Website Noncompliance Lawsuits on the Rise

If ADA Title III federal lawsuit numbers continue to be filed at the current pace, 2018’s total will exceed 2017 by 30%, fueled largely by website accessibility lawsuit continued growth. SOURCE: LAWSUITS, INVESTIGATIONS & SETTLEMENTS, TITLE III ACCESS

The threat is real and growing by the day… one lawyer suing hundreds of businesses for Web ADA and Digital privacy compliance. These lawyers are called trolls and are bottom feeders. They no longer need a plaintiff or are required to be in your geographic proximity. All they need is a computer and internet access. From there, nothing can stop them from suing hundreds of websites a day. Their goal is to find your website to be non-compliant and ask for a 4 to 5 figure settlement to go away… with a promise from you to do the necessary fixes. And should you not fix your website, they will be back again.

In 2020, the state of California Legislature will make digital privacy ideal for trolling too


Web accessibility means removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to your websites by people with disabilities. Correctly designed and compliant websites give all users equal access to their information and functionality. Compliance can be good for your business and may help your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with better page ranking on GOOGLE.

What is the 2020 DIGITAL PRIVACY Law?

California has passed a sweeping privacy law that gives consumers the right to demand that their data be deleted and to bar companies from selling their data without them losing access to services or being charged a higher price
Websites and other online marketing/advertising tools must inform consumers about what kinds of personal data companies have collected and why it was collected in a written policy and well as providing several, opt-ins.

Professionally Written and posted ADA Compliance and Digital Privacy Protection Policies Will BE required on every website!

Three Steps Toward ADA Compliance Websites

We do not run your website through an online compliance test. They are inconsistent and unreliable. We test every element on every page to ensure your website is compliant.

1. Manual Web Accessibility Testing* – Written Report

  • Inspected each page of the website to identify compliance issues
  • Review every unique element including but not limited to; headings, buttons, text, pictures PDF’s and videos
  • Create a written report for actions taken on each unique page
  • Review report with Client and discuss next, best steps

2. Web Accessibility Technical Support* - Remediation and Written Report

  • Implementation of Manual Web Accessibility Testing Report recommendations
  • Our experienced Graphic Team will make all the changes to the website
  • They will implement the changes avoiding, where possible, brand/look and feel changes
  • A complete retesting of the site to ensure compliance
  • ADA compliance documentation covering each unique page
  • Will include written ADA web policy to be posted on a website

3. New ADA Compliant Website* - Written Report

  • Create a new responsive website that is ADA compliant
  • Developed in .Net, PHP, WordPress, FourSquare etc
  • Implement Manual Web Accessibility Testing Report recommendations
  • ADA compliance documentation covering each unique page
  • Digital Privacy Compliant
  • Includes both ADA and Digital Compliance Policy




Accessibility Assessment

STEP 1: Our professional and insightful team will come to your locations for a complete evaluation

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Certified Reports

STEP 2: Our complete reports will give clear design guidance on what must be done to satisfy state regulations.

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Remediation Support

STEP 3: After the plan is done we are there from the selection of the right contractor to sign off on the final inspection.

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