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Category: ada access legislation.  Publish Date: November 10, 2016

One problem with ADA lawsuits in California is that they are often based on minor issues. This bill states that the business has 15 days to correct any technical violations from the date of the service of an ADA lawsuit, or ADA violation notice. There are 7 potential technical violations that could invite ADA lawsuits.

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Category: ada access legislation.  Publish Date: November 3, 2016

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. There are a few ways that SB 1186 can help business and property owners.

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Category: ada news.  Publish Date: November 2, 2016

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) oversees compliance with ADA and state accessibility standards, providing resources to help both people with disabilities and businesses required to be accessible to them.

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Category: ada compliance.  Publish Date: October 28, 2016

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.

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Category: ada compliance.  Publish Date: October 7, 2016

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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Category: ada news.  Publish Date: October 7, 2016

It’s true - trying to be compliant with the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act can mean extra work and expense for your business. You may question whether or not it is really worth it to try to work with these standards, but there are a number of reasons why compliance with the ADA is important. Here are just a few.

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ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENT

STEP 1: Our professional and insightful team will come to your locations for a complete evaluation

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STEP 2: Our complete reports will give clear design guidance on what must be done to satisfy state regulations.

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