Today getting traffic to one’s website is a valuable asset. And if your website is not ADA and WCGA 2.0 AA compliant, you’re losing out on a large group of possible prospects for your products and services.
Is Your Website ADA Compliant
The last thing small business owners can afford is a law suit based on a website not being ADA compliant. What about you?
Unfortunately there are too many groups and lawyers looking for ways to punish small business over every little thing.
DOJ Weighs ADA Compliance for Websites
Currently the Department of Justice has not mandated ADA Compliance with websites, however courts across the country increasingly continue to interpret the ADA compliance as it applies to websites. There have been a lot of victories and support from the courts themselves.From Lainey Feingold an Internationally-recognized disability rights lawyer
…it doesn’t matter that these clarifying guidelines have been removed. Because, due to the way it was originally written, as a civil rights law, the ADA has always required websites of public accommodations to be accessible:
So even if there is no specific law at this time for websites to be ADA compliant, avoiding a possible law suit and opening website up to more potential clients, makes becoming compliant a “no brainer”.
How We Can Help
If you’d like to get more customers and make more money from your website and social media platforms – send me a request for a complete evaluation of your online presence. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.