The ADA prohibits any discrimination against people with disabilities in all areas of public life. It is divided into five titles that each deal with a distinct aspect of what it means to give people with disabilities the same opportunities afforded other people.
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Did you know? 1 out of 5 Americans has a disability. Make your business accessible to everyone.
The cost of ADA non-compliance is rising — not only for defendants facing lawsuits, but also for disabled people with restricted access to services that are part of daily life. As CASp-certified disability access consultants, we are committed to ensuring equal access for all by helping clients comply with ADA guidelines during construction and retrofitting.
There are roughly twenty-five law firms across California who specialize in ADA lawsuits. These suits are driven by the lawyers, not the plaintiffs, and they sue multiple businesses every day. At ADA Compliance Pros, we hear the same names over and over again. They are prolific and only getting more sophisticated in their techniques.
Since a deadline to install pool lifts passed in early 2013, hotel owners have been facing an abundance of Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits. Hotels all over California have met this deadline, but unfortunately just installing the lifts is not enough.
ADA stands for the “Americans with Disabilities Act,” which became law in 1990. It is a significant piece of civil rights legislation, striving to ensure that people with disabilities are not discriminated against, but have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. The law is divided into five different sections, or titles, and it is Title III, or “Nondiscrimination on the basis of Disability by Public Accommodations and in Commercial Facilities” that is of most direct concern to people who run businesses.
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