It's The Law
of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12181)
prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public
accommodations and requires places of public accommodation and
commercial facilities to be designed, constructed and altered
in compliance with the accessibility standards established by
What happens if my business is not compliant?
If you are
in violation and are sued, you have no defense. Many persons
with disabilities feel discriminated against by businesses where
they cannot enter, properly use the facilities, or are made
to feel like an outcast due to their disability. Many of the
people who sue businesses for A.D.A violations are honest and
just want the business they patronize, or would like to patronize,
to adhere to the law and make the proper modifications.
there are other less ethical people whose litigious motivations
behind their A.D.A. violations suits are monetarily motivated.
Either way, the defendant will incur attorney's fees, court
costs, possible fines, and other legal fees to defend the suit
if he does not take immediate corrective action.
At the end,
most businesses end up paying around $15,000 to lawyers on both
sides, $5,000 in court costs and still must hire a contractor
to do the A.D.A modifications, all the while hoping the federal
government or the state won't issue a fine.
happens when you least expect it. Get A.D.A compliant today
and eliminate the expensive problems that may occur. Many business
owners have waited, or settled a case without fixing the problems
only to get sued again for the same violations. Don't fall victim,
get compliant today.
Whose responsibility - landlord or tenant?
landlord who owns the building that houses a place of public
accommodation and the tenant who owns or operates the place
of public accommodation are subject to the requirements of this
part. As between the parties (landlord and tenant), allocation
of responsibilities for complying with the obligations in this
part may be determined by lease or other contract.
What is it going to cost to get compliant?
no way around the fact that the compliance modifications will
cost money, but this cost can not be compared to the burden
and cost of an ADA discrimination lawsuit.
step is to have us perform a low-cost inspection to identify
if and where your establishment is non-compliant.
Tax Credit up to $5,000 is available to offset the compliance
cost and an additional $15,000 Tax Deduction can be taken for
a total of $20,000 in financial relief towards the compliance
costs. We work directly with you or your accountant to insure
this IRS relief.
do we begin?
Compliance Specialists today to schedule your inspection (305)