CERTIFIED ACCESS SPECIALISTS (CASp) SERVICES IN YOUR LOCATION
Don’t wait – we suggest having a CASp firm review your property and website before any potential lawsuit might arise. From the moment a customer uses your parking lot, to your doorways, bathrooms, and more – is the moment your potential for an ADA lawsuit doubles. Having a certified access specialist (CASp) review your publicly accessible locations in Bevery Hills, CA is the first step in mitigating your risk for any issues. Call Today – (714) 500-7585 or email ADAinspectors@gmail.com
REVIEW YOUR PROPERTY FOR ADA COMPLIANCE
We review all commercial and governmental properties in California for disability accessibility issues and DSA oversight. Hiring and competent firm is the first priority any new or existing property owner should consider. Mitigating any risk associated with disability access lawsuits should remain a priority until reviewed by a CASp Inspection company. We provide you constructive counsel, clear processes and ongoing communication. We specialize in: DSA on-site, long inspections, access assessments, with clear plan for transitions. Our consultants are licensed and certified construction professionals who will understand the complexity of your project early and will counsel your team in advance of any challenges.
ADA INSPECTIONS, CONSULTATIONS, & MORE IN ARTESIA, CA
What is ADA Access? Often also referred to as “Disability Access” or “Handicap Access” by others, ADA Access is short for Americans with Disabilities ACT which was passed in 1990. The main purpose of handicap accessibility is to require commercial facilities as well as public accommodations to become accessible to individuals with disabilities. “Disability Access Inspection” is when a commercial property hires a professional Certified Access Specialist / CASP before they are taken to court for lack disability access to the general public.
WHY MARTIN BROS
Our Pledge to You – we pledge to have been thoroughly tested on the Americans with Disability Act knowledge of the state of California and federal accessibility standards. With our inspection and report, in addition to inspecting / learning your facility’s accessibility status, you can receive legal benefits if taken to court for lack of access or other non-compliance status.