In the U.S. alone, nearly one in five people live with a disability. WNA InfoTech offers ADA compliance services with an advanced artificial intelligence (AI) tool that allows page visitors to navigate your website without any issues. We provide online users the ADA compliance tool they need to avoid ADA website compliance lawsuits, and make them a life-long customer.
On March 18th, the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued an opinion on ADA Compliance related to websites. While it’s not the first time that ADA Compliance for websites has been discussed, we think this is the first time an official stance has been voiced about ADA Compliance for business websites. You can find and read the article here.
Since the DOJ has officially taken the stance that business websites should meet specific accessibility standards, WNA Infotech believes that the number of lawsuits related to non-compliance will continue the rise.
The need to have an accessible website should be your top priority today. The main factor driving this need has been the increase in web accessibility lawsuits.
In what legal experts have called a litigation tsunami, it’s mostly small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that have been hit with thousands of lawsuits and demand letters relating to website accessibility over the past 2 years. This increase in cases has triggered an alarm for SMBs and even prompted the National Retail Federation to issue a warning to businesses urging them to start taking web accessibility seriously.
Every industry has to comply with web accessibility regulations, yet not all fields have been affected equally. Here are some industries that are at risk of being affected the most:
You have two options: Comply or take a significant risk of lawsuits by not complying.
If you choose to comply, we have a simple, streamlined solution for you! WNA Infotech has partnered with accessiBe to provide an ADA compliant solution for your website!
accessiBe is the leading AI-powered web accessibility solution that makes websites accessible to people with disabilities, and compliant with the WCAG, ADA, and other accessibility legislation.
PLUS: You can try it for yourself on this page! Click the icon on the bottom of the screen.
For websites under 1,000 unique pages
We define a page by a unique URL, not including URL parameters. Meaning if a page has URL parameters, all of them together are considered one page. To verify page count, type “site:yourwebsite.com” into Google. The number next to “results” is your page co