3 Steps To Get Ahead Of ADA Web Accessibility Issues

Law360 (February 12, 2019, 3:55 PM EST) -- The Americans with Disabilities Act has been a source of a tremendous amount of litigation since being signed into law in 1990. While ADA lawsuits have previously focused on physical barriers in business locations, over the past few years there has been increased attention to websites and their inaccessibility to people with visual or motor skill impairments — so much increased attention, in fact, that federal web accessibility lawsuits increased by 30 percent[1] in 2018 over 2017.

The sheer number of websites that are inaccessible and vulnerable to lawsuits has come as a shock to many. Since 2008, the Business Disability...

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