Website Accessibility Lawsuits
Mitigating Legal Risk
Why Risk it?
With government oversight and regulations, combined with mounting legal pressure in favor of website accessibility, there’s really only one question, why risk it? Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Internet is considered a “place of public accommodation.” Failure to provide accommodations online is no different than failing to provide access in the physical world. Title II of the ADA, Section 508 & Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Air Carrier Access Act, the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA), the Affordable Healthcare Act, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), among other federal, state, and international laws all have one thing in common. Equal access for all. With no shortage of governance and oversight on these important ADA-related laws and guidelines, if your website isn’t accessible, you are at risk of ADA-related complaints.Get Started
AudioEye is your solution. Our service is built for speed-to-compliance and sustainable digital accessibility.
What exactly does that mean? Speed- to-compliance: we fix the most common errors on your site instantly! With that, we also deploy a help desk for end-users to report accessibility and usability issues.
Many of our remediations are automated. But we also have a team of subject matter experts manually identifying access barriers including those impacting WCAG 2.1 Level AA and Section 508 conformance. From there, our engineers analyze and validate test results and implement remediations. Ongoing maintenance and monitoring. Sustainable.
You’re then AudioEye certified, validating your site meets or exceeds legal compliance with ADA-related laws and substantially conforms with WCAG 2.1. Our AudioEye Trusted Certification significantly mitigates your legal risk. It also promotes your ongoing commitment to digital inclusion.