May 2023 ADA Website Lawsuits Recap

Report Summary:

  • 331 ADA website lawsuits were filed in May 2023, a decrease of 16 lawsuits compared to 347 lawsuits in        April 2023.
  • New York saw the filing of 240 lawsuits, compared to 210 lawsuits filed in April 2023
  • California saw the filing of 91 lawsuits in State courts.
  • 97 lawsuits were filed against Restaurants, food, and beverage websites.
  • 60 lawsuits were filed by Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC, followed by 40 lawsuits by Stein Saks, PLLC.
  • 126 lawsuits were filed against websites using Shopify.
  • 21.15% of ADA lawsuits were filed against websites that had an accessibility widget installed on them.

ADA Website Lawsuits Report 2022

The ADA website lawsuits report 2022 features the Ecomback logo and accessibility icons (hearing aid, cane, and wheelchair).

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

New York

175 Lawsuits

New York Map


91 Lawsuits

California Map


36 Lawsuits

Florida Map


11 Lawsuit

Pennsylvania Map

Other states

18 Lawsuits

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Plaintiff Attorneys Filing the Most ADA Website Lawsuits

Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC


Stein Saks, PLLC


Manning Law, APC


Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC


Gottlieb & Associates


Custodio & Dubey LLP


Mizrahi Kroub LLP


Mendez Law Offices, PLLC


NYE Stirling, Hale & Miller, LLP


Top 10 ADA Website plaintiffs for the month of May 2023

Plaintiff Name Firm Name Number
Perla Mageno Manning Law, APC 22
Jose Casillas Custodio & Dubey LLP 17
Luis Toro Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 17
Arantza Espinoza Mendez Law Offices, PLLC 15
Frangie Espinal Gottlieb & Associates 12
Rusty Rendon Pacific Trial Attorneys, APC 12
Lamar Brown Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 11
Maria Dimeglio Stein Saks, PLLC 11
Jenny Hwang Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC 11
Daniel Lugo Lee D. Sarkin 10

Top 10 industries affected by website accessibility lawsuits

Industries Cases
Restaurants, food, drinks, and beverages 97
Lifestyle, Fashion, & Apparel 78
Travel, Hotel, & Hospitality 26
Health, Fitness and Medical Products (including rehabilitation centers and supplements) 23
Furniture, Lighting & Home Decor 19
Skin and Body Care 17
Retail & Consumer Goods 16
Computer, mobile, & electronic accessories 9
Toys, games, gifts, & flower shops 9
Home, Kitchen Appliances & Accessories 8

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ADA Website Lawsuits Report 2022

The ADA website lawsuits report 2022 features the Ecomback logo and accessibility icons (hearing aid, cane, and wheelchair).