July 2023 ADA Website Lawsuits Recap – New Design

June 2023

ADA Website Lawsuits Recap

Web accessibility lawsuits filed under the ADA increased significantly in June 2023. 53 lawsuits were filed, up from 331 in June 2023.

Total Federal and State Court ADA Website Lawsuit Numbers for June 2023

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Number of ADA website lawsuits filed in june: New York 204, California 104, FLorida 31, Pennsylvania 26, Other States 19.

Plaintiff Attorneys Filing the Most ADA Website Lawsuits

Plaintiff Attorneys Lawsuits Filed in June Year to Date
Stein Saks, PLLC 66 Lawsuits 66 Lawsuits
Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 66 Lawsuits 66 Lawsuits
Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 52 Lawsuits 52 Lawsuits
Manning Law, APC 36 Lawsuits 36 Lawsuits
Shaked Law Group, P.C 26 Lawsuits 26 Lawsuits
Gottlieb & Associates 26 Lawsuits 26 Lawsuits
Lynch Carpenter LLP 19 Lawsuits 19 Lawsuits
Law Office of Noor A. Saab 15 Lawsuits 15 Lawsuits
J. Courtney Cunningham, PLLC 11 Lawsuits 11 Lawsuits

Top 10 ADA Website Plaintiffs for the Month of June 2023

Plaintiff Name Firm Name Number Filed in 2023
Perla Mageno Manning Law, APC 22 22
Gabriel Mcmorland Lynch Carpenter LLP 19 19
Maria Dimeglio Stein Saks, PLLC 18 18
Luis Toro Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 16 16
Luis Licea Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 12 12
Erika Alexandria Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 10 10
Seana Cromitie Stein Saks, PLLC 10 10
Daniel Lugo Lee D. Sarkin 10 10
Dominick Martin Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 10 10
Rusty Rendon Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 10 10

Top 10 Industries Affected by Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Industries Lawsuits in June Lawsuits in 2023
Lifestyle, Fashion, & Apparel 111 111
Restaurants, Food, Drinks, and Beverages 85 85
Retail & Consumer Goods 37 37
Travel, Hotel, & Hospitality 27 27
Health, Fitness, and Medical Products 22 22
Skin and Body Care 23 23
Furniture, Lighting & Home Decor 14 14
Computer, Mobile, & Electronic Accessories 12 12
Car Parts, Tools & Accessories 9 9
Toys, Games, Gifts, & Flower Shops 8 8

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