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ADA Related Questions

ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act. It was signed into law by President George Bush in 1990, and it’s America’s most important law regarding accessibility and civil rights for people with disabilities, including web accessibility. This act requires all business to adhere to the accessibility standards defined by the act.

ADA is a very broad and wide-ranging piece of legislation that covers a lot of different aspects of accessibility for people with disabilities. The part of the ADA that affects the way that businesses serve customers is called “Title III,” so you’ll hear accessibility legislation referred to “ADA Title III”

 

ADA Title III covers public areas, like schooling and transportation, and “public accommodations.”  “Public accommodations” is a legal phrase that includes businesses, restaurants, hotels, theaters, doctors’ offices, pharmacies, retail stores, museums, libraries, parks, daycare centers, and almost every place of work. 

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that you were recently sued for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. In the letter we have enclosed a copy of the first few pages of the complaint. The alleged violations are identified within the paragraphs of the document enclosed.

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In most Federal ADA lawsuits, you have just 21 days to formally respond to a lawsuit after being served. Take the lawsuit seriously and don’t delay responding. Failing to respond can result in a default judgement against you. Contact Vaughan & Associates Law Office, APC today. Our practice is focused on protecting and defending both public and private businesses and entities in Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) matters as well as related State and Federal laws regarding accessibility for the disabled. We are ADA Litigation Attorneys for Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Lawsuits.

Make sure your property is in compliance with ADA rules and regulations. Obtain an accessibility evaluation of your property by hiring a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) who is recognized by the state of California as expert in accessibility. Once hired, the CASp will inspect the property and will have a written report for you with the list of the changes that need to be made at the property. Contact ADA Consultant Services today to obtain a quote for a CASp evaluation.

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which administers and enforces the ADA’s requirements, has published an extremely helpful guide to assist small business owners with ADA compliance. It answers a lot of common questions business owners have regarding their obligations and provides actionable guidance to help them meet those obligations. You can find the guide at this link: https://www.ada.gov/reachingout/smbusgd.pdf

One of the most common accessibility and non-discrimination issues small businesses face is the accommodation of service animals. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has an informative service animal FAQ page on its ADA website that can help business owners avoid problems and facilitate the needs of customers with service animals.

For information on statutes, regulations, guidelines, and property specific requirements, please visit: www.ADA.gov

For this kind of services, we recommend ADA Consultant Services. You can contact them at this link: https://www.adaconsultantservices.com/