Despite the inconvenience, some find there is nothing wrong with using the ADA guidelines (or not following them, to be specific) for a quick gain. Some lawyers feel that they cannot live with inconsistencies in a company.
Often, they use persons with disabilities to trick companies into paying out-of-court settlements for minor accessibility violations, such as lack of ADA website signs, accessibility options, or ADA site compliance.
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Imagine this scenario. A person with a disability comes to a website that does not meet the requirements. While it is in the best interest of persons with disabilities for lawyers to sue companies that violate certain ADA standards, it is not appropriate for the same attorney to use offenses as a means of extortion.
Turning this law into a money-making tool obviously does not exist and something needs to be done about it. The use of persons with disabilities to file suits against companies that have not or haven't made ADA changes to their facilities is quite minor.
In order for the website to comply with this law, several changes had to be made. Following ADA's guidelines should always be considered by businesses to not only avoid punishment from the law.
If all the companies required to comply with ADA's accessibility rules had followed these rules, there would be no more violent attorneys to deal with. It will also prevent them from using persons with disabilities for their own immoral means.