This post marks the fourth post in a 5-part series where I look at websites being sued despite the use of an accessibility overlay. For more background on this series, refer to the Walters v. Venum case.
Walters v. Venum Training World, Inc., Case 6:20-cv-00324 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York
Williams v. VaporDNA, Case 1:20-cv-02294-JGK in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Fredericka Nellon v. Agri Beef Co., Case 1:20-cv-10595-RGS in the United States District Court for Massachusetts
Ariza v. Carmen Sol FL, LLC, Case 1:20-cv-21262-KMW in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Cruz v. Rockwell Time, Inc., Case 1:20-cv-01902-LJL in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. §§12181-12189
Carmensol.com has the AccessiBe widget on the lower left hand side of its website. It did take several seconds for the AccessiBe icon to load on my browser.
Here’s a screenshot of Carmensol.com with the AccessiBe toolbar menu open from July 24, 2020:
The last screenshot from Archive.org I see is from 2019 which doesn’t show AccessiBe. There is an accessibility policy from AccessiBe but I did not see that page in Archive.org.
- Site function like menu drop-down options not labled to intergrate with the screen reader
- Slider not labled [sic] to integrate with the screen reader
- Mislabeled image links
- Site function like quantity option not labled to intergrate with the screen reader
Roderick V. Hannah
Law Office of Pelayo Duran, P.A.