On this page, you can find our accessibility statement. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
We are committed to ensuring that our website, www.uklaw.co.uk, is accessible to all users, regardless of ability. We strive to provide a user-friendly experience for everyone, including individuals with disabilities.
- Navigation: Our website is designed to be easy to navigate using assistive technologies, such as screen readers.
- Text Alternatives: We include descriptive alt attributes for images, ensuring that users with visual impairments can understand the content.
- Consistent Structure: Our web pages have a consistent structure, making it predictable for users who rely on screen readers or keyboard navigation.
- Resizable Text: Users can adjust the text size using browser settings to enhance readability.
- Contrast: We aim to maintain sufficient colour contrast to facilitate readability for users with visual impairments.
Compliance with Standards
Our efforts to provide an accessible website align with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. We regularly review our website to ensure that it meets or exceeds these standards.
We are committed to ongoing efforts to enhance the accessibility of our website. This includes regular audits, user testing, and feedback from individuals who may experience accessibility challenges.
If you encounter any accessibility barriers on www.uklaw.co.uk or have suggestions for improvement, please contact us:
Email: [email protected]
If you require information from our website in an alternative format, please contact us using the information provided above.
While we strive to ensure accessibility on our website, some third-party content or features may present challenges. We are actively working to address these issues.
We are committed to continuously improving the accessibility of our website. Future updates will be made with accessibility in mind.
This accessibility statement was last updated on 4th December 2023.