ADA Compliance Course Prevents Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Website owners in need of ADA compliance training can now access on demand videos for the issues that are most likely to lead to website accessibility lawsuits at

Kris Rivenburgh, an attorney and the author of The ADA Book, created the course as an educational resource to help business owners and digital providers stop lawsuits by fixing the exact issues plaintiffs lawyers look for and claim in litigation.

“ADA lawsuits are wreaking havoc across the country and most website owners don’t know what to do,” Rivenburgh said. “The ADA Compliance Course provides step-by-step instructions on how to resolve the most commonly claimed issues in litigation.”

The ADA Compliance Course includes several helpful features:

  • Prioritization of Issues: Lessons are ordered by the level of risk so website owners can reduce their risk as they work through the course.
  • Practical Implementation: The focus is on immediate action and eliminating issues as fast as possible rather than the “journey” approach.
  • Code Examples: Actual examples of code snippets are part of each technical lesson so developers have a model to work from.
  • Reference materials: Members have access to course cheatsheets and checklists to help organize and streamline their efforts.

"Every website owner needs to have the ADA Compliance Course so they know how to approach website accessibility in a strategic way that prevents lawsuits,” Rivenburgh added. “Even if you already have an audit, you need this course to prioritize and work through the issues.”

This practical training program is a must-have for all types of entities, large and small as they work towards compliance. Small businesses, medium-sized companies, corporations, non-profits, state and local governments, and public sector entities can all stand to gain from learning about best practices for making websites ADA compliant.

Although most complaints are filed in New York, California, and Florida, the risk of litigation exists nationwide, underscoring the importance for website owners everywhere to take action.

Enrollment for the ADA Compliance Course is now open. To sign up or learn more about the course, visit

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