If so, here is why: 

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.

A new law became effective May 10, 2016 that may limit your liability in this lawsuit.

I have represented individuals and businesses sued in similar ADA cases for 15 years and have more than 30 years of experience as a litigation attorney. There are several effective strategies available to individuals and businesses in this type of lawsuit.

I would like to discuss available legal strategies and answer any questions you may have about the Americans with Disabilities Act, applicable California law, and the claims made in the lawsuit.

Enclosed in the letter, you will find a one page professional history describing my background and experience. I am certified by the State of California as an Accessibility Specialist, which means I am knowledgeable about the type of accessibility issues raised in this lawsuit.

My brief video describing the “5 Things to do When Sued for ADA Violations” can be viewed at https://adalegaldefense.com/video or below on this page. It is recommended you watch it as soon as possible:


Please call me to discuss this lawsuit further. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you for taking time to review the letter and video.

Very truly yours,

Cris C. Vaughan

Vaughan & Associates ADA Law Office

Attorney at Law


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