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ADA Compliance In Miami, Palm Beach And Broward, Florida

The Road To ADA Compliance

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines standards for accessible design at the workplace, especially in relation to electronic and information technology. If you have issues with ADA compliance, whether as a worker or an employer, then Approved Dispute Resolution can help. We specialize in all aspects of workplace law, including ADA compliance.

If you have an ADA claim in Fort Lauderdale, an ADA compliance problem in Miami, a work-related dispute in Miami-Dade, a compensation claim in Palm Beach, or a wrongful termination case in Pompano Beach then you may well need the help of a legal expert at Approved Dispute Resolution.

Many people with disabilities need to have access to information technology and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) addresses this issue. For example, if you offer campus accommodation students with disabilities should have access to the internet and related computer facilities.

ADA compliance affects businesses, public entities, institutions as well as government departments and agencies. Businesses and organizations can use the WCAG 2.0 level AA guidelines as a yardstick for ADA compliance.

ADA compliance can improve workplace safety and productivity and as such can be a positive factor in your business or organization. However, if you are faced with a claim related to inadequate accessibility, then you may need to seek legal advice. A legal expert in the field of ADA compliance could well provide you with a cost-effective and practical solution to the problem.

Approved Dispute Resolution can assist with site inspection, pre-litigation matters, and post-litigation matters. We will work with you in order to help you become ADA-compliant in a practical and cost-effective manner. We have legal insights as well as useful connections with architects, builders, and inspectors. By working together with various parties, the road to ADA compliance can be a lot easier than you thought.