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What Is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp)?

Roughly one in four U.S. adults have a disability. To accommodate and include people with disabilities, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses ensure that their sites provide an equal opportunity for everyone to access and benefit from their services. Making your business more accessible can ensure ADA compliance and promote a more inclusive business operation. […]

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What to Do When Your California Business Faces an ADA Lawsuit

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses comply with accessibility standards. Unfortunately, some individuals misuse the ADA and file frivolous lawsuits against companies. These lawsuits are especially common in California, which is the most ADA litigious state. Even a false claim of an ADA violation can have serious consequences for a business, including reputational […]

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Maintco Helps Businesses Facing ADA Lawsuits

Written by: Alan Radojcic Original Article: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/commercial-ada-compliance-alan-radojcic/ #Adacompliance is a subject we take seriously at Maintco Corp. Although Federal ADA Title III Lawsuit numbers dropped approximately 15% in the first half of 2020, we are seeing a rebound as we engage to support our #customers. You may be asking, why is ADA Title III important? The law is […]

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Guide to ADA Compliance in California

Ensuring your California business is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is crucial, as California is the most ADA litigious state. Any violation of the ADA in California is a civil rights violation, and as such, may be subject to a minimum statutory penalty. ADA lawsuits cost California businesses millions of dollars every […]

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