The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law that provides anti-discrimination protection for disabled individuals in areas such as:
The Americans with Disabilities Act applies to private businesses that provide services or goods to the public. Compliance with the ADA is necessary in the following places for:
Owners, landlords, tenants, and other operators of public space are responsible for ADA compliance and are subject to penalties for any violations.
Having ADA accommodations means that a business has provided access and adjustments for customers with disabilities. Common accommodations businesses provide are:
A business that complies with the ADA may receive tax incentives and benefits under the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Code. The tax benefits may include:
Yes. ADA requirements can sometimes be very complex, and may require the assistance of a personal injury lawyer or an employment lawyer. You may wish to hire lawyer if you have any questions or concerns regarding ADA requirements. An attorney can help assess your business to determine whether you are in compliance with state and local regulations.
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