ACCESSIBILITY IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Attorney Tammy Allison, PLLC, dba The Pardon Attorney™️ is committed to providing access to our electronic and information technology, including our web pages, for individuals with disabilities in accordance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. See: https://www.ada.gov/law-and-regs/title-iii-regulations/ Title III prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities by businesses open to the public (also referred to as “public accommodations” under the ADA). The ADA requires that businesses open to the public provide full and equal enjoyment of their goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations to people with disabilities. Businesses open to the public must take steps to provide appropriate communication aids and services (often called “auxiliary aids and services”) where necessary to make sure they effectively communicate with individuals with disabilities.
For example, communication aids and services can include interpreters, notetakers, captions, or assistive listening devices.
A website with inaccessible features can limit the ability of people with disabilities to access a public accommodation’s goods, services, and privileges available through that website.
For these reasons, the Attorney Tammy Allison, PLLC dba The Pardon Attorney™️ has consistently taken the position that accessibility applies to the services that we provide , including those offered on our webite