Accessibility Notice

accessibility notice

ER Injury Attorneys is committed to providing the best user experience possible across our website for those with or without disabilities. Our priorities include maintaining and improving our website’s digital accessibility to better serve all of our visitors. In doing so, we will always strive to apply the most recent accessibility standards to

Conformance Status

Our goal of providing accessible services and information is supported by our conformity to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. This is the latest and most up-to-date version recommended by W3C, the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web. WCAG 2.1 is also supported by the Web Accessibility Initiative.

Principles of Accessibility is fully conformant with WCAG 2.1 level AA. This means we do everything in our power to ensure our website is easily perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust, which are the four principles of accessibility as defined by WCAG. Read on to find out more about these principles in action.


In this context, perceivable refers to text alternatives, time-based media, adaptability of features, and distinguishable use of color, text, contrast, text spacing, etc.


We have designed our website to be keyboard accessible, navigable, and timing adjustable, with additional considerations for input modality. It is also free of flashes that may trigger seizures and other physical reactions.


Our website content is organized on pages that are readable and predictable. It is also fitted with input assistance to help prevent and reverse potential data entry or submission errors.


ER Injury Attorneys is also robust. We designed it to be fully compatible with current and future users, including assistive technologies.

Our Commitment to Continued Accessibility

Our developers and designers will review at regular intervals to confirm that our site pages continue to to meet the needs of all users.

Occasionally, due to practical limitations, full compatibility for the purpose of usability may be impacted by changes in guidelines, web browsers, mobile devices, third-party code, and other technology libraries.

We encourage users of our to contact us directly if they notice any issues with compatibility or accessibility on our website. As we are always striving for improvement, we will make every effort to address your concerns as soon as possible.

Questions About Accessibility?

If you have any questions or comments regarding this accessibility notice or the functionality of our website, you can reach us by phone, email, regular mail, or using our secure contact form.