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Cal Accessibility Surveyors Are Certified Access Specialists

Conduct a CASp survey of your property for ADA compliance and Accessibility requirements,

  • Recommend Improvements in Order to Obtain Compliance.
  • Help You Know Your Rights and Protect Against Lawsuits.
  • Take You Through Construction Documents, Permitting & Construction Administration.
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According to the Legislative Council, a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) "May Not Authorize a Person Under His or Her Responsible Control to Perform Facility Inspections for the Purpose of the Act." Cal Accessibility Will Only Conduct Ada and CASp Surveys by Certified Access Specialist Personnel.

If you own, operate, or lease to a business that serves the public then you are obligated under the Federal Civil Rights law to be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Obtaining a CASp survey could provide Legal protection against potential lawsuits.

Helpful Links

Ninth Circuit Upholds Owners Rights to Seek Contribution From Third Parties for Ada Violations

For the complete article...

Department of Justice ADA Guide 2010 for Small Businesses

For the complete guide...

Federal and State Disability Access Regulations

To access the California Business Portal...

California Capital Access Program (CalCAP) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Financing Program

For more information...

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Myth #1: My Business Does Not Need to Be Compliant Because the Building is Old and, Therefore, Grandfathered.

There are no "grandfathering" provisions. "Grandfathering" is the notion that the Americans with Disabilities Act...
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Myth #2: My Facility Was Built With a Permit and Should Be Fine.

Unfortunately, even with building department oversight, it is common to find construction shortcomings that constitute...
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Myth #3: Why Should I Comply When No One Else Does? Besides, I Can Fix Issues Once I Get Sued.

This is a flawed idea. It is illegal to violate civil rights laws. The "waiting...
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Myth #4: Fixing My Business Will Be Too Expensive; Therefore, I Am Unable to Do Anything to Reduce My Risk.

The most important step is the first one: accept the legal responsibility to make your...
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Myth #5: I Am Doing a Small Tenant Improvement Project, but I Cannot Afford the Required Accessibility Improvements. Can I Claim a Hardship Exemption?

Under the CBC, alteration projects are subject to the following compliance provisions: Area of alteration:...

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