Deaf Rights Lawyer in California
Video Captioning for the Deaf
Captioning on business’ videos is required by the American’s with Disabilities Act. By not having captioning on videos, businesses are excluding the millions of Deaf Americans from equal access to their goods and services. Captioning on a video is so easily accomplished, so there is no excuse. The attorneys at Potter Handy will represent you for no out-of-pocket expense to you; the defendants have to pay your attorney fees.
You can be the cause of businesses being accessible to all and you can be entitled to thousands of dollars too.
Be an Advocate – file your claim today.
The lawyers at Potter Handy have represented persons with disabilities since 1995 and will force businesses to comply with the disability access laws at not out-of-pocket expense to you. It is important that you stand up for all deaf persons by having Potter Handy force the business to put captioning on their online videos. This isn’t just for you, it is for all deaf persons being able to get full and equal access. You could be entitled to thousands of dollars, but getting access for all deaf persons is the most important purpose.
Captioning on business’ videos is required by the American’s with Disabilities Act.
The ADA requires business to put captioning on their videos. Failure to put captioning on their videos can be a violation of your rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. When your rights are violated under the ADA in California, you can be entitled to thousands of dollars in minimum penalties and, most importantly, you can force them to make their publications accessible to everyone.
Equal Access for the Deaf.
Our mission is to seek out and solve communication disparities on online platforms. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires all company-sponsored videos to be accessible by all persons.
If company sponsored videos online do not provide captioning, you are potentially eligible to legally pursue in suit of thousands of dollars at the company’s expense.
Our efforts seek to give consumers an equitable experience online.
Are you deaf? Have you seen business videos without captioning?
Company videos must have captioning and comply with guidelines.
The lawyers at Potter Handy have represented persons with disabilities since 1995. Our purpose is to dissolve the barrier of unequal communication that still exists via online platforms today through enforcement of regulations and law. We work to force businesses to comply with the disability access laws at no out-of-pocket expense to you. You could be entitled to thousands of dollars in minimum penalties if you contact Potter Handy with an instance of company-sponsored videos that lack captioning. Help us enforce equal accessibility online for all by filing a claim today.
Use the contact form on this page to contact our lawyers to file your claim. You could be entitled to thousands of dollars, but getting access for all deaf persons is the most important purpose.
No recovery, no fee. We only get paid out of any recoveries.