Accessibility is an inevitability

Web accessibility has evolved into a new industry standard; much like privacy and security (i.e., SSL), it is a fundamental building block of any website.

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What is web accessibility?

As you know, the Americans With Disabilities act requires businesses to ensure that everyone can access their physical locations (ex: wheelchair-accessible ramps). Now websites need to make similar adjustments to accommodate people with disabilities (ex: insert a description of an image so that a screen reader can relay it to a user that is blind).


Why should I make my website accessible?

Mitigate Litigation Risk

Mitigate Litigation Risk: In 2021 alone, an estimated 300,000 website owners (roughly 1% of small businesses) received Demand Letters for failing to have accessible websites.

The average settlement was around $30,000. Making your website more accessible helps you to manage this significant litigation and reputational risk.

It’s the right thing to do

It’s the right thing to do: The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion social movement is growing exponentially. Inclusivity is a civil rights issue, and brands that prioritize it send a clear positive message that they see and care about all members of their communities.

competitive advantage

Optimize your website’s reach and create a competitive advantage: As a lawyer, you are expected to have your finger on the pulse of all legal trends, especially one expanding at the rate that this one is. Law firms serve the entire community, which undoubtedly includes people with disabilities (i.e., 15% of the population).

You can create a competitive advantage by making your website accessible and reaching out to a huge, underserved, and extremely loyal group of potential clients. Accessibility also plays a role in reducing your bounce rates and making sure that everyone can access your site’s content.


How can I make my website accessible?

We have partnered with accessiBe, the industry leader and pioneer of an AI and machine learning-powered solution called accessWidget. It is a cost-efficient software solution that automates the process of making your site vastly more accessible.


Are there tax incentives?

Yes. Up to a $5,000 tax credit is available to business owners that invest in accessibility. Click here to download the IRS tax incentive information and the tax forms for your tax professional to review.


What does it cost?

The cost to implement this is $600 per year. This price includes installation, ongoing maintenance, an accessibility statement, monthly compliance audits, and accessiBe’s litigation support package)

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