ATMs Without Operate Audible Instructions And No Braille Instructions Provided

American banks have become easy targets for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits, largely due to accessibility issues with Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). Because these machines are easy to spot and quickly check for compliance, any place they are found – truck stops and convenience stores especially – is at-risk for ADA litigation. Often, ATMs do not meet the requirements … READ MORE

Toilet Room Mirror Mounted Too High From The Bottom of Reflecting Surface

The Department of Justice considers accessibility of toilet rooms to be third priority in ADA compliance, and a common issue we see in this area relates to the toilet room mirrors. For something so simple, toilet room mirrors in convenience stores are often mounted too high to comply with the ADA standard. The good news is it’s an easy fix. … READ MORE