Can you afford a lawsuit for non-compliance of ADA laws?


Fact:Federal law allows a person to sue up to $50,000 for the first complaint against a business that is non-compliant with ADA law and up to $100,000 for the second violation.

Fact:73,000,000 Americans have one or more physical disabilities and this number will increase.

Fact:There are attorneys who specialize in ADA matters on behalf of their clients. They are filing lawsuits against business owners for:

  • Failing to provide grab bars in bathrooms.
  • Failing to provide toilet paper and soap dispensers at the correct height.
  • Failing to provide minimum required wheelchair turning clearance in the bathroom.
  • Failing to provide an entrance door to provide for wheelchair in to the bathroom.
  • Failing to have a sink and faucet in the bathroom at the proper ADA height.
  • Failing to have lever set handles in place of door knobs.
  • Failing to have proper signage with Braille.
  • Failing to have a toilet with the flush handle on the right side of the toilet.
  • Failing to adhere to all ADA requirements.


Yes, you can roll the dice and hope that you do not get a visit by a customer who is disabled and needs to use your bathroom


Once you get served with a lawsuit, you will end up retaining an attorney and eventually settle, plus you will likely decide to comply with the federal laws or gamble as to whether you’ll have a second violation.


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@ 602-403-2500 to avoid any unnecessary and emotionally draining lawsuit


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