ADA Website Training

There is nothing in the market like the ADA Compliance Course.

The ADA Compliance Course is accessibility training designed for website owners to give to their web team so developers, content editors, and/or designers can find and fix accessibility issues as they are being trained.

What sets this course apart from all other training is it focuses on the 15 accessibility issues most commonly claimed in litigation by plaintiffs law firms.

Course Objectives

The primary objectives of this course are to:

  1. Prevent lawsuits by addressing commonly claimed accessibility issues
  2. Save money by avoiding settlement costs, attorney fees, and audit and remediation expenses
  3. Save time and energy by minimizing the need to deal with lawsuits
  4. Improve accessibility to ensure better access for all users


The course consists of 15 lessons, with each lesson covering an accessibility issue commonly claimed in litigation by plaintiffs law firms.

Lessons include:

  • video explanations
  • text instructions
  • code examples

The course is designed as an SOP or step-by-step guide, enabling web personnel to take immediate action.

Who Is It For?

The course is designed as an SOP that website owners can give to their web teams. Web teams may include developers, designers, and content managers.


  1. Remediation strategy: Each lesson is assigned a role and level of complexity, making it easy to determine who should be responsible for each task.
  2. WAVE help: Members will know if WAVE, an automated accessibility scan, can help flag accessibility issues for each lesson.
  3. Pay attention to sections: These sections highlight common issues and where to focus when resolving accessibility problems.
  4. Supplementary materials: The course alsoincludes an Excel spreadsheet checklist, PDF cheat sheets, actual claims from filed complaints (i.e., lawsuits), and linked resources for additional help.


  1. The course is designed for action, allowing users to start remediating issues and lowering the risk of litigation immediately.
  2. The course is suitable for businesses of all sizes, from solo entrepreneurs to multinational corporations.
  3. Non-technical people can make progress even without development experience by focusing on beginner-level lessons.
  4. The course can be shared with web developers, enabling them to follow the instructions and make fixes as they go through the course.
  5. Lessons are derived from claims made in actual complaints filed by active plaintiffs law firms.

Plaintiffs Law Firms

  • Roderick V. Hannah, Esq., P.A.
  • Acacia Barros, P.A.
  • J. Courtney Cunningham, Esq.
  • Shaked Law Group, P.C. (Dan Shaked)
  • The Law Office of Noor A Saab, Esq.
  • Lawrence H. Fisher
  • Marcus & Zelman, LLC (Yitzchak Zelman, Esq.)
  • Manning Law, APC (Joseph R. Manning, Jr.)
  • NYE, Stirling, Hale, Miller & Sweet (Benjamin J. Sweet, Jonathan D. Miller)
  • Block & Leviton LLP (Jason M. Leviton)
  • Mars Khaimov, PLLC
  • Pacific Trial Attorneys (Scott J. Ferrell)
  • Gottlieb & Associates (Michael A. LaBollita)
  • Stein Saks, LLC (Mark Rozenberg)
  • Law Office of Pelayo Duran, P.A

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