A successful lawsuit to create accessibility and awareness
The produce area of a grocery store with tomatoes and cucumbers in focus.“We're not suing for damages. We're only suing them to follow the laws that have been in this nation for 27 years,” says the lawyer in the case against Winn-Dixie, a grocery chain in multiple states.

After trying, unsuccessfully, to access the company’s online site, the plaintiff decided to file suit to bring attention to the problem of inaccessible websites. The lawsuit doesn’t request damages, only that the website be changed.

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A blind customer couldn’t use Winn-Dixie’s website. He sued. Changes are coming

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