January 2023 ADA Website Lawsuits Recap

Report Summary:

  • 318 ADA website lawsuits were filed in January 2023
  • New York saw the filing of 172 lawsuits followed by California with 65 lawsuits.
  • 42 lawsuits were filed by Mizrahi Kroub LLP followed by 36 lawsuits by Stein Saks, PLLC.
  • 64 web accessibility lawsuits were filed against Restaurants, food, and beverage websites.
  • 80 website ADA lawsuits were filed against websites using WordPress.
  • 28% of ADA lawsuits were filed against websites that had an accessibility widget installed on them.

Total Federal and State Court ADA Website Lawsuit Numbers for January 2023:

New York

172 Lawsuits

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65 Lawsuits

California Map


54 Lawsuits

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19 Lawsuit

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Other states

8 Lawsuits

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Plaintiff Attorneys Filing the Most ADA Website Lawsuits

Mizrahi Kroub LLP


Stein Saks, PLLC


Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC


Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC


Manning Law, APC


East End Trial Group LLC


Shaked Law Group, P.C


Gottlieb & Associates


J. Courtney Cunningham, PLLC


Top 10 ADA Website plaintiffs for the month of January 2023

Plaintiff Name Firm Name Number
Daniel Rodriguez Stein Saks, PLLC 21
Blair Douglass East End Trial Group LLC 19
Daniel Lugo Lee D. Sarkin 15
Anthony Hammond Murphy Lawrence H. Fisher, LawFirst 12
Raymond T. Mahlberg Acacia Barros, P.A. 11
Linda Slade Shaked Law Group, P.C 10
Bryan Velazquez Stein Saks, PLLC 10
Andrew Toro Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 9
Dominick Martin Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 9
Drew Hunthausen Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 9

Top 10 industries affected by website accessibility lawsuits

Industries Cases
Restaurant, Food, Drinks & Beverages 64
Lifestyle, Fashion & Apparel 56
Health, Fitness and Medical Products 38
Travel, Hotel & Hospitality 29
Furniture, Lighting & Home Decor 29
Toys, Games, Gifts & Flower Shops 19
Educational, Books, Magazines & Kids Accessories 17
Skin & Body Care 9
Retail and Consumer Goods 8

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