How effective is ADA Lawsuit Insurance

| Thursday, November 29th, 2012 | Comments Off on How effective is ADA Lawsuit Insurance

Interesting article quoted below.

By employing simple risk management techniques you can protect yourself on many levels. First and foremost, be sure you know the law and work within the law to be in compliance. The pieces that you cannot control, you should transfer to others when available. One such risk transfer technique is purchasing Employment Practices Liability Insurance, or EPL for short. This is an insurance policy that protects employers from lawsuits that they may receive from employees. Everything from unlawful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage & hour disputes are covered under this type of policy. However, this insurance is not included in your standard General Liability protection.

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What this article focuses on, is insurance. Insurance is important but that isn’t protection against lawsuits, just against you paying for them. Of course, you still have to pay for the insurance. Either way, the best way to avoid lawsuits is to be compliant in the first place. Being compliant ensures you have a defensible situation. After all, who has money to throw away on a fixed cost such as paying for insurance?

Often property stakeholders will hire us only after the second lawsuit, because they dismiss the first like being hit by lightning (it won’t happen again). This dismissal ignores the fact that most property stakeholders who have been sued believe that they would never have been sued in the first place.

But ADA compliance is something visible to the naked eye. If you know a few things, you can spot them everywhere. And even if you only know a few things, you can bet that there will be many many MANY more things in violation with your site. The best solution to stopping lawsuits is to become compliant in the first place.

You know what to do. help@accesssolutionllc.com or 866 982 3212. Contact us. We are your best solution to finding out what is wrong with your site.

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