Rosemead Chamber, Temple City Chamber and Monterey Park Chamber

We are having an ADA compliance seminar free to the public on April 3rd from 1130 to 1pm.

The address is 1409 N. Walnut Grove Avenue, Rosemead CA 91770,
University of the West.

There won’t be a lunch but there will be drinks and snacks.  The cost to attend is free.


We hope to see you all there.

If you have questions about attending this seminar or if you want a presentation of your own, don’t hesitate to call us at (866) 982 3212 or email us at

Covina Chamber of Commerce

The Covina Redevelopment Center and the Covina Chamber of Commerce are hosting us as one of two speakers at their Business Builder Seminar breakfast on June 21, 2011.

The event is free to the public.

This event is being held at: Hamilton’s Steak House: 1211 E. Garvey St., Covina, CA.

Not only is this event free, breakfast is included!

We start at 8am and end at 930am.

Please RSVP by June 14 to Cyndie Petersen at 626 – 384 – 5440.


Hope to see you there!


This event was cancelled.

ADA Speakers, Garden Grove

Our next speaking event will be for the Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce on June 7, 2011.

The presentation will be: Avoid Accessibility Lawsuits

From 11:30 to 1pm at Buca Di Beppo
11757 Harbor Blvd in Anaheim, CA

See you for lunch!

Edge Series, Seal Beach Chamber and OC Service Center: ADA Compliace, Managing your Liabilities & your Risk

We are presenting a joint presentation at the Seal Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Orange County Business Service Center on

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 from 11:30AM to 2PM

The event is free.


The speakers will be our own David Marshall, Frank W. Chen, Esquire and Yung Kao, AIA, CBO, CASp


The point of the presentation is to answer questions about the ADA, ADA liability as it pertains to businesses, contractors and architects.

Who is liable?  Who is responsible for providing accommodations and what can you do to mitigate your risk of a lawsuit by providing the PROPER compliance?

We will answer all your questions.


We will be at the Conference Room, Orange County Fire Authority Station #48

3131 N Gate Road, Seal Beach, CA 90740



Orange County Business Service Center

(714) 241 4963

Links to PDF flyers are here:

EDGE Flyer-General 2011

EDGE Flyer-ADA 2011

EDGE Flyer 2011


See you there!

ADA Speakers, Arcadia Chamber


I am writing to inform you all of an ADA Presentation set forth by Bob Huff through the Arcadia Chamber on April 1, 2011.

We are NOT speaking at this event, the main presenters are going to be from a group called Lawyers Against Lawsuit Abuse.

We are going to be in attendance.

I do have some reservations as to what this event will have, content wise.  Any kind of education is good for Businesses on ADA Compliance (as businesses lack any kind of knowledge in this area) but as attorneys, they can only react to lawsuits and the legal situation.  As much of the serial litigation that happens stems from a lack of physical compliance, getting an ADA compliance inspection is really the only way to become compliant (and thus, avoid lawsuits).  I doubt that attorneys will do CASp or ADA inspections themselves.

At most they will tell their clients to hire an ADA expert.

The worst, they give their audience the impression that they don’t actually have to comply.

Still, I am curious as to what they will say.  I have copied the information below:

Event Name: Join Senator Bob Huff & Arcadia Chamber
Description: For an ADA Compliance Workshop Keynote Speaker: David Peters CEO & General Counsel Lawyers Against Lawsuit Abuse, APC
Event Date: 04-01-11
Event Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
Location: Baldwin Conference Room Santa Anita Park
285 West Huntington Drive
Arcadia, CA 91107
click here for map…
Contact Person: Leia Hernandez
(phone: 909 598-3981)
Details: The purpose of this Workshop is to educate business about state and federal ADA laws and present guidlines to avoid lawsuits for non-compliance.

Attendees can enter Gate 3 or Gate 8 and follow the signs to the South Admissions Battery. After walking through the gate, go up to the escalator in the breezeway and turn left on the mezzanine level until you reach the Baldwin Conference Room.

This event is FREE to the public.  So it is worth going to, if you are in the area.

Here is the link:


Hope to see you there!

ADA Presentation, Perris Chamber of Commerce

We are having a presentation at the “Wake-Up Perris” monthly event for the Perris Chamber of Commerce


We will be talking about our company and the ADA compliance industry.

You can attend this event

By joining us at the Bob Glass Community Gym

101 North D St., Perris, CA 92570

July 5th, 2011

7:30-8:30 AM

As always we will be giving a general business talk, and answering any of your ADA compliance questions.  You can also email us at or calling me at 866 982 3212.


Compliance is one of those legal liabilities, you can’t foresee it unless you know what the laws are and how it effects you.  Don’t be a victim of costly ignorance.  Education is the key.


This event was cancelled.

ADA Seminars, Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce

Greetings again!

We are pleased to be luncheon speakers for the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce.

Event Details are below:

South Coast Winery Restaurant
3608 S. Bristol
Santa Ana, CA 92704

Date: 5/5/2011
Time: 11:30 AM TO 1:00 PM


May Business Connection Luncheon

“ADA Compliance: Managing Liabilities & Risk”

David Marshall, Yours Truly Accessibility Corp.

Learn about:
• Six common access problems that are free or at least inexpensive to fix
• Two common problem areas most lawsuits occur over
• How liability can be spread between landlord and tenant

David Marshall has experience looking at hundreds of sites for ADA compliance.  He has worked as an expert witness for attorneys and seeks to help businesses become compliant through education.

Members $20, Guests $25 including tax


The link is as below to the registration site:


This presentation is for general businesses, so it serves as an introduction to ADA Liability Issues.  If you are interested in having us speak to your organization, please email us at or call me at 866 982 3212.  We are offering speaking events for business organizations for FREE for the rest of 2011.  This of course, includes Q&A at the end.

Let us help you with your ADA compliance needs.

We hope to see you there

ADA Seminar, Asphalt Pavement Association


We are excited to be doing a presentation of ADA Issues, SB 1608 and CASp to the Asphalt Pavement Association of California in April 12, 2011 in Pico Rivera, CA.


This organization is an association of professionals in the asphalt, concrete and pavement area.  This also naturally includes  parking lots and ADA compliance issues.   We will be speaking about the liability of contractors as an extension of the general ADA liability that property managers, building owners and business owners regularly face.


More specially we will be getting into the complex interplay of the different Federal Accessibility standards and the California Building Code that causes issues for many architects and contractors.  Just yesterday I was on the phone with a businesses owner who did understand his ADA liability and was venting that his architect and contractor did not:  “Just how far out of compliance can you be?” the business owner quoted them.  They wanted to go his site, “open a book” and check the access standards from a single guide.

I don’t know if they were thinking the California Code of Reference or CARM (California Accessible Reference Manual) but either way I doubt they would take into account the seating since it’s “furniture” and not part of the building or the new ADA 2010 laws that won’t be in a book.  It can be quite hard to keep up to do date with a print copy of something.  If anything they would need at least 4 “books” to cross reference the materials property.

This of course doesn’t even take into account the many ongoing debates of the issues.


After seeing our presentation I am sure many of these contractors won’t be relying on books like CARM or CALDAG anymore.  Those resource materials are one individual’s opinion, not at all official — AND they don’t take into account the complexities of law that have arisen since 2010.  If you keep abreast of the news, or just read this blog (where we keep abreast for you), you’ll see that with CASp and SB 1608 just how specialized this area of law has become.

After this, they will know what to look out for, who to contact and what to do about ADA compliance.  Reading from CALDAG or CARM might have been okay in 2004, when it was just the 2001 CBC and the 1990 ADA without CASp… but those days are over.  Thank goodness.

Education is the key.


While this presentation is for professionals in the industry (and not really open to the public) if you are interested in having us speak to our organization with a tailored presentation, please don’t hesitate to contact me at 866 982 3212 or at

If you have a specific question or concern about access feel free to also contact me.  I can’t do an ADA assessment over the phone, but the general knowledge of ADA compliance is something we offer for free.  I can at least point the way for you so that your needs will be taken care of.

Chatsworth Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce has Speakers on the ADA

We will be presenting at the General Luncheon Membership for the

Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce

The Chatsworth Hotel formely known as the Radisson Hotel Chatsworth

9777 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Chatsworth, CA

Guests are $30.00 and members are $25.00.

The event description is as below:

The ADA is a complex facet of law stemming from a mixture of Federal and State components.  These laws are well intentioned and of legitimate concern for the public and for businesses.  Most businesses do not know how to comply or where to start complying, so they are easy targets for a few serial litigants.  The minimum settlement in California is $4,000 plus attorneys fees for both sides.  Many serial litigants use this complexity to sue businesses for a living.  Learn how to defend yourself and what issues are at stake for compliance.

If you would like us to speak at an event to educate your members about the compliance with the ADA, please send us an email at or call us at 866 982-3212 x2

For more information go to: ADA Seminars