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ADA-Expert offers a variety of services, including legal and ADA violations consulting, business owner, architect and contractor reviews and more…

Over 20 years of experience implementing our client’s site modification plans and ADA code compliance consulting.

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ADA Title I Compliance:

Employers of disabled individuals MUST provide REASONABLE accommodations to some employees with disabilities.

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ADA Title II Compliance:

All state, local, special purpose or semi-autonomous governmental entities MUST provide PROGRAM ACCESS to the disabled.

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ADA Title III Compliance:

Businesses open to the public REGARDLESS of a facility’s age & all newly constructed commercial facilities must be accessible.

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Temporary Events:

All temporary events MUST meet applicable provisions of ADA Titles I, II & III as well as other state and local laws.

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All residential buildings with four or more units MUST meet FHA accessibility guidelines. Hotels and those areas used as business must comply with the ADA. If constructed with Federal funds, further requirements apply.

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Acquisitions, Alterations & New Construction:

Once you pay off the sellers or contractors you have little or no recourse when they leave unseen liabilities.

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In-person Services:

All businesses involve person-to-person interaction with employees who are rarely trained in accommodating special needs.

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Website Services:

The ADA specifically requires hotel reservation and event ticketing systems to provide enough information for disabled patrons to determine whether a facility has access that meets their needs. WCAG 2.0 standards for website design allow the blind to access content and are the root of a nationwide wave of litigation.

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About ADA-Expert, Inc.

Gene Mattera is the heart of ADA-Expert, creating site modification plans and providing code compliance consulting for our clients. He is a Certified Access Specialist under the auspices of California DSA with over 20 years in accessible design. Read More…

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Accessibility Tax Credit

In order to incentivize businesses to adhere to ADA compliance requirements, the U.S. government decided to help businesses that attain accessibility requirements, including for their websites.

Section 44 of the IRS Code allows a tax credit for small businesses while Section 190 of the IRS Code allows a tax deduction for all businesses.

The difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction is that a tax credit is subtracted from what you owe in taxes (after calculating your taxes), while a tax deduction is subtracted from your total income before calculating your taxes. In other words, a tax deduction is applied to your taxable income.

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