4334 website accessibility lawsuits were filed in 2022

This report provides an overview of the current landscape of website ADA lawsuits in 2022. Courts don’t have consensus on whether the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses to make their websites accessible to people with disabilities. As a result, there has been a surge in lawsuits filed against websites.

The report highlights key trends and statistics, including the increasing number of lawsuits filed and the types of businesses being targeted. It also discusses the potential impact of recent court decisions and settlements on the legal landscape of website accessibility.

Furthermore, the report provides insights and recommendations for businesses seeking to avoid potential lawsuits and improve their website accessibility. It emphasises the importance of proactive measures, such as regular accessibility audits and user testing, and provides resources for businesses seeking guidance on how to comply with the ADA.