California accounts for more than 40% of the United States’ American with Disabilities Act (ADA) legal claims filed. A majority of these claims are filed by a relatively few predatory individuals who make millions of dollars every year by filing hundreds of accessibility lawsuits.
How does your clinic, hospital, store or other public accommodation look from Google Earth, other internet sites or even a passing automobile? Have you ever heard of a Google Lawsuit or a Drive-By Lawsuit? It may sound controversial but there’s a new trend where individuals either drive by or simply use Google Earth, Street View […]
On March 1, 2017 OSHPD will enforce the controversial All-Gender Single-User Toilet Facilities legislation for new and existing facilities. All places of public accommodation which includes healthcare facilities need to change signs on single occupancy toilet room doors.
On January 1, 2017 OSHPD will be enforcing new accessibility changes in the California Building Code. The Division of the State Architect (DSA) compiled a summary of the changes in the attached PDF document. This document provides a brief overview of the changes to definitions (Chapter 2) and accessibility provisions (Chapter 11B), and includes new scoping and technical […]
This is big news for any entity in California with public single-occupancy bathrooms. California law AB 1732 was signed into law on Sept. 29, 2016 and will require single-occupancy restrooms in California businesses, government buildings, and places of public accommodation to be universally accessible to all genders starting March 1, 2017.
Congratulations to our co-founder, Mike Hilliard, for passing the rigorous CASp (Certified Access Specialist) exam! A CASp is a professional licensed with the State of California who can determine if a part of the built environment is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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