In the last few months, a growing number of community associations across Florida are being threatened with litigation because their websites are allegedly not friendly to visually impaired users.

The genesis for these association website suits may lie with the holding in the recent Domino’s Pizza v. Robles case. That case was originally brought by a visually impaired man named Guillermo Robles who sued the pizza chain after he was unable to order food on Domino’s Pizza’s website and its mobile app despite using screen-reading software.

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