Law Firm Profiles: Mars Khaimov PLLC ADA Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Mars Khaimov, PLLC is one of the most active plaintiffs’ law firms (if not the most) in ADA website accessibility litigation.  The Mars Khaimov law firm is responsible for hundreds of complaints filed in New York federal court.

Plaintiffs represented include Veronica Maddy, Lamar Brown, Andrew Toro, Jasmine Toro, Valerie Dicks, Jenny Hwang, Damon Jones, Miriam Cruz, Josue Paguada, and Jovan Campbell.

Having read through 2023 complaints filed by Mars Khaimov, Esq., the accessibility issues claimed appear to be specific to the defendant’s website. This is in contrast to the boilerplate, templated complaints we’ve seen filed for years in the 2nd circuit.

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Below is a past write-up on a complaint filed by Mars with Josue Paguada as the named plaintiff.

Plaintiff(s): Josue Paguada
Plaintiff’s lawyer: Mars Khaimov Law, PLLC

Lawsuit venue: United States District Court Southern District of New York

Legal claim: Defendant has denied Plaintiff’s rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA because defendant’s website is inaccessible to blind and visually-impaired consumers.

Federal Law: Title III of the ADA, 42 U.S.C. § 12181, et seq., and 28 U.S.C. § 1332
Local Law: New York City Human Rights Law, N.Y.C. Admin. Code § 8-101 et seq., (“NYCHRL”)

Specific claims (summary): lack of alt text, failure to include label element or title attribute for each field, same title elements, broken links (followed by general list alleging that website includes additional barriers blocking full and equal use).