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ADA Compliance and Your Law Firm Website

ADA Compliance and Your Law Firm Website

Wondering about ADA Compliance? Many people are surprised to learn how much of the population lives with a disability.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 4 adults in the US has a disability, including impairments with vision, hearing, mobility, and cognition. The Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA calls for businesses and service providers, profit and nonprofit, to make their products and services accessible to people with disabilities. Websites and digital media are not exempted from this law.

A website friendly to people with disabilities is a smart way to make it easy for your intended audience members to interact with you—and choose your firm to represent them. Therefore, by not catering to individuals with visual or hearing disabilities, you are failing to connect with millions of potential customers and leaving a huge untapped revenue source on the table.

In this video, we discuss how making your law firm website ADA Compliant improves access to justice and just makes good business sense. Learn about website optimization and technical tips to make sure that your site is compliant.

Watch the video, you won’t be disappointed. If the video inspires questions, just ask, we are here to help. Be sure to read our post and learn about the Technical Requirements to ADA Compliance. Enjoy.

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Landon Glover is the Director of Operations at ONE400. He is a licensed California attorney and a seasoned marketing professional with nearly a decade of experience working in the legal industry.

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