ADA Website Compliance services

Website accessibility services for all your customers no matter the disability.

Why is ADA Website Compliance Important?

The Department of Justice recently released an opinion on website compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This is the first time an official stance has been voiced about ADA website compliance for business websites, and it is important for companies to take note. ADA compliance ensures that people with disabilities have equal access to information and resources online. This includes people who are blind or have low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, and people with physical or cognitive disabilities.

There are many reasons why ADA compliance is important. First and foremost, it is the law. The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 and prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in all areas of public life, including websites. Compliance is also important from a ethical standpoint. Making sure that your website is accessible to everyone shows that you are committed to inclusion and diversity. Finally, there are significant business benefits to being ADA compliant. People with disabilities have a estimated spending power of $1.2 trillion, and making your site accessible to this group can give you a significant boost in traffic and conversions.

Making your website accessible to everyone is not only the right thing to do, it is also good for business. ADA compliance is important for companies of all sizes, so start taking steps to ensure your site is compliant today.

The ADA affected many Industries

Website accessibility should be one of your top priorities. The main factor is the increase in web accessibility lawsuits.

In what legal experts have called a litigation tsunami, it’s mostly small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that have been hit with thousands of lawsuits and demand letters relating to website accessibility over the past 2 years. This increase in cases has triggered an alarm for SMBs and even prompted the National Retail Federation to issue a warning to businesses urging them to start taking web accessibility seriously.

Every industry has to comply with web accessibility regulations, yet not all fields have been affected equally. Here are some industries that are at risk of being affected the most:


Healthcare Industry


Eccomerce Businesses


Food Industry


Automotive Industry


Education Industry


Finance Industry

What does this mean for you and your business website?

You have two options: Comply or take a significant risk of lawsuits by not complying.

If you choose to comply, we have a simple, streamlined solution for you! Bergey Creative Group has partnered with accessiBe to provide an ADA website compliance solution for your website!

accessiBe is the leading AI-powered web accessibility solution that makes websites accessible to people with disabilities, and compliant with the WCAG, ADA, and other accessibility legislation.

What how AccessiBe works!

Why use accessiBe?

fast and easy Implementation
Persons with various disabilities can adjust how they view and interact with your website without interfering with the codebase, layout or design
accessiBe re-scans and re-analyzes your website every 24 hours to maintain ADA and WCAG compliance
Receive personalized reports that you can use to prove compliance
Bergey Creative Group will install and configure accessiBe on your behalf

What are the pricing plans for accessiBe?

There are two budget-friendly options to choose from...


Billed Monthly

For websites under 1,000 unique pages


Billed Annually

For websites under 1,000 unique pages.


Test it out on our website!

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