Is Your Website a Potential Lawsuit?
Protect Your Business with ADA Compliance
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design was published by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2010. With ADA Compliance standards, all electronic and information technology, such as websites, must be accessible to individuals with disabilities.
By having an ADA-compliant website, you are protecting yourself and your business from what could result in lawsuits, fines, and damage to brand reputation.
Who Needs ADA Compliance?
If your business falls under ADA Title I, which is any business that has at least 15 full-time employees that operate for 20 weeks or more each year, you must comply with ADA. If your business falls under ADA Title III, which is any business that falls in the category of “public accommodation,” you are also required to comply.
Need an ADA-Compliant Website?
If your business falls under the ADA Title I or ADA Title III, you are required to make your website ADA-compliant, but with Secure Agent Marketing, we can do the hard work for you. We know exactly how to make your site follow ADA guidelines.
Our team will ensure it is perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust for individuals with vision and hearing impairments, cognitive language, or learning disabilities.
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