INA Designs Website Inaccessible to the Blind ADA Class Action

The legal definition of blindness is having a visual acuity with correctio of less than or equal to 20 x 200. Some legally blind people have limited vision; others have none. Nowadays, legally blind people can use screen-reading software to use the Internet. But the complaint for this class action alleges that INA Designs, Inc.  Read more

Interior of INA Design Store in New York

Coolspa Website Not Accessible to the Blind ADA Class Action

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is designed to help handicapped individuals to negotiate public facilities. The complaint for this class action alleges that Coolspa, Inc. violates this law by not making its website accessible to blind or visually-impaired persons.  Read more

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Shaky Knees Music Festival Website Accessibility to the Blind ADA Class Action

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has extended the realm of civil rights, so that disabled people can live independent lives. This class action takes issue with a website for the Shaky Knees Music Festival, which the complaint says is not accessible to the blind or visually impaired. The complaint brings suit under the ADA,  Read more

An Earlier Shaky Knees Music Festival

Coinbase Website Barriers to Access by Blind ADA Class Action

A 2010 Census Bureau report says that there are roughly 8.1 million visually-impaired people in the US, including 2.0 million who are legally blind. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tries to ensure that they can live mostly independent lives and take advantage of public accommodations offered to sighted people. But the complaint for this  Read more

Name "Coinbase" on Reflective Building

BJ’s Wholesale Club Website Access for the Blind ADA Class Action

This civil rights action concerns not discrimination on the basis of race or sex but the lack of access guaranteed to certain classes of disabled persons by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The complaint for this class action alleges that BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. does not make its website accessible to the blind.  Read more

Exterior of a BJ's Wholesale Club Store

Payless ShoeSource Legally-Blind Use of Website ADA Class Action

Does a person with a disability have equal access to a bricks-and-mortar store if he can’t access its website to find out hours of operation or to order goods for pickup? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses take steps so that people with certain disabilities can make equal use of public accommodations.  Read more

Shoes from Payless ShoeSource

Tomas Maier Website Inaccessibility for the Legally Blind ADA Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that the website for Tomas Maier (part of TMAP, LLC) does not permit the use of screen readers, which makes it inaccessible to the visually-impaired. According to the complaint, this is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Read more

Jacket Designed by Tomas Maier for Uniqlo

Escape the Room Website Not Accessible to the Visually Impaired ADA Class Action

The number of legally-blind persons in the US is not insignificant—approximately 8.1 million people, based on the 2010 US Census Bureau Report. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tries to ensure that the visually impaired, among others with disabilities, can live independently and access whatever they need without help. But the complaint for this class  Read more

Clocktower Room at Escape the Room Facility

Burt’s Bees Website Not Accessible to the Visually-Impaired ADA Class Action

Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) so that those with disabilities could have full access to public accommodations and live independently, without requiring help for most everyday activities. The complaint for this class action alleges that the Burt’s Bees Products Company violates the ADA because it does not maintain a website that is  Read more

Lid for Burt's Bees Lip Balm

Panasonic Website Access for Visually-Impaired ADA Class Action

This complaint alleges that Panasonic Corporation of North America is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and New York state laws because its website is not usable by visually-impaired or blind people. This is therefore a civil rights complaint.   Read more

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