Protect Your Business from ADA Lawsuits

Get your web content tested to achieve accessibility

There’s been a significant increase in lawsuits alleging that businesses who don’t comply with digital accessibility standards are violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Recently, the Supreme Court denied a petition from Domino's Pizza, leaving in place a lower court ruling that determined the company had violated ADA because its website was inaccessible.

To avoid a similar lawsuit, you need to be proactive about assessing and monitoring your website’s accessibility. Most accessibility solutions rely on automated testing alone, which only uncovers 30-35% of accessibility barriers. Manually testing your site is possible, but it’s very time-consuming, and leaves you at risk of ADA lawsuits in the meantime.

The Solution?

The iAccessible testing platform, which combines automated testing with a statistical sampling strategy for a full accessibility testing lifecycle approach.

Our platform will give you:

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The specific location of each accessibility barrier - on your website and in your website documents

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Steps for remediation, so you can avoid lawsuits and ensure that everyone has equal access to your website

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Comprehensive reporting for both web developers and executives, so you can track remediation progress

Try out iAccessible with a free scan of one of your webpages.
Fill out the form to get started with your testing right now.

With iAccessible, you’ll get a partner that provides:

  • Real-time pricing, with online credit card payments accepted
  • A secure environment that follows ADA and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
  • Usable and actionable analytics
  • Easy integration with other enterprise tools such as Google Analytics
  • Additional types of review to ensure compliance with privacy, branding standards and more
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