10 Reasons Your Business Should be ADA Compliant

It’s true – trying to be compliant with the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act can mean extra work and expense. You may question whether or not it is really worth trying to work with the ADA standards, but there are a number of reasons why compliance to this law is the only option. […]

The Benefits of California Senate Bill 1186

In September of 2012, Senate Bill 1186 was signed into law in California. This bill was enacted to help prevent litigation abuse, which is becoming a big problem in the state of California. These lawsuits cost California jobs, threaten small businesses, and in many cases, don’t even result in improved access for those who need it. […]

California Senate Bill 269 Technical Violations

In May of 2016, Senate Bill 269 was signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown. SB 269 gives small businesses the opportunity to fix ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) violations before getting sued. Small businesses with less than 50 employees, now have 120 days to hire a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) and fix any violations […]

What’s the Difference Between ADA Compliant and ADA Certified?

ADA compliance is complex and difficult. Having been in business for over ten years, we try our best to answer any questions our clients have. Everybody must follow the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines that have been established by the Department of Justice. Any business or commercial property that is open to the public, must […]

California ADA

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that around 6 million people in California have a disability. California is one of the most ADA compliant states in the U.S., and also the one where the law is enforced more strictly, in addition to state Building Codes with their own standards of accessibility. The California Commission on Disability Access  (CCDA) […]