Drive-By and Google ADA Lawsuits

Businesses Targeted with Drive-by and Google ADA Lawsuits

On Sunday, December 4, 2016, 60 Minutes (CBS-Television) did a feature on drive-by and Google ADA lawsuits.

Any business that is accessible by the public can be a target of a drive-by or Google ADA lawsuit.

A drive-by lawsuit is initiated when a disabled person (or any person representing a disabled person) notices areas of a business that are not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  They then file a lawsuit.

A Google ADA lawsuit is initiated when a disabled person (or any person representing a disabled person) uses Google Earth to look at property owned by a business on Google Earth.  They look at the property and find areas that they believe are out of compliance with the ADA and then file a lawsuit.

E&A Team, Inc. performs inspections and does consultations with business owners who want to know the areas where they are out of compliance.  This gives the business a chance to remedy any issues before a costly lawsuit is filed.

Contact E&A Team, Inc. today for a FREE price quote on an ADA inspection or consultation.

To view the 60 Minutes feature, click here:  60 Minutes:  Drive-by and Google Lawsuits