Pursuant to SB 1186 – a bill we sponsored two years ago which helped reform ADA abuses in California – the California Commission on Disability Access (CCDA) has published a list of “TOP 10 Demand Letters & Claims.” The best way to avoid such a lawsuit is to know law, the building code, and assure your property complies.  We hope you find this information helpful. 

The CCDA is authorized by California Government Code Sections 8299-8299.11 to act as an information resource; to research and prepare advisory reports of findings to the Legislature on issues related to disability access, compliance inspections and continuing education; to increase coordination between stakeholders; to make recommendations to promote compliance with federal, and state laws and regulations; and to provide uniform information about programmatic and architectural disability access requirements to the stakeholders.

Our industry was supportive of the legislation that created the CCDA and we work very closely with Commissioners and staff.

Click here to find out more about the CCDA.

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