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ADA Website Accessibility Compliance FAQs

Download from the IIABA Legal Advocacy site - member login required

​​​When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990, the internet barely existed. Over the past few years, however, courts have increasingly applied its accessibility requirements to business websites. This trend prompted over a thousand ADA-based website accessibility lawsuits in 2018 alone.

To address some of the key questions and concerns Big “I" members have about this topic, the Big “I" Office of the General Counsel and the Agents Council for Technology have released a new FAQ document, available as a free member benefit.

To access a copy, LOGIN to the Big “I" website, select Legal Advocacy under the Resources drop-down menu and click Memoranda & FAQs. The FAQ is titled “FAQ Regarding Website Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act."

Contact Ron Berg, Scott Kneeland or Eric Lipton​ with questions.

ADA-website.jpgIs your Agency Website compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act?

See also:  

How to find your IIABSC website member login

Find answers to other technology questions with the Agents Council for Technology

Talk to Ron Berg in person at our IIABSC Spring Conference, where he will be our Wednesday Opening Session speaker.