At Lester Law, we believe the Internet should be open, inclusive, and accessible to everyone, regardless of physical or cognitive abilities. We are committed to ensuring all users can access and engage with our website content.

What is Web Accessibility?  

Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities. When sites are properly coded, they provide an equal experience for users with varying needs, including those with visual, auditory, mobility, speech, or cognitive disabilities. Accessible websites avoid barriers and enable assistive technologies to interpret content accurately.

Our Commitment to You

We recognize that many users rely on assistive tools and technologies to navigate the web. As such, we are continuously enhancing our site to align with the latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Our goal is to provide an accessible user experience that allows equal access and opportunity for people with a diverse range of abilities.

Ongoing Improvements

We are actively working to identify and resolve accessibility issues across our website. This includes conducting professional audits, implementing code optimizations, creating alternative content formats, and improving keyboard navigation, color contrasts, headings, and other structural elements. While our efforts are ongoing, we welcome feedback on any accessibility barriers you may encounter. Don’t hesitate to contact us at support @ with specifics so we can promptly address the issue.

We appreciate your patience as we diligently pursue a superior accessible experience for all website visitors. Please check back for the latest accessibility updates and enhancements.