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Bonita Springs, FL, United States, 2011/01/24 - On Monday, January 24th, Viles and Beckman unveil their new corporate website featuring accessibility enhancements.
The site brings Viles and Beckman, LLC a step closer to being not only more connected through the use of technology, but is also Section 508 compliant, and is W3C compliant, making the website faster, better, and more accessible than ever before - especially to those internet users who are visually impaired.
The new Viles and Beckman website offers usability enhancements, such as a text-enlarging feature, an XML-driven site map for convenient navigation to anywhere within the website, a much shorter, easier to understand contact form that triggers a confirmation of receipt E:, and much more.
"We wanted a website that would be easy to navigate, aesthetically pleasing, fast-loading, and inuitive for the user, " said Don Demrow, Director of Marketing and Media. "We've also added some nice resources, such as links to legal forms, Florida statutes, and documents such as the United States Constitution."
The new website is uses what is referred to as a "CSS" (Cascading Style Sheets) layout that allows screen readers used by blind and visually impaired users to sucessfully navigate the website.
"While we're a relatively small firm, our attorneys have had a lot of experience, and they're not afraid to take on big corporations on behalf of our clients, " continues Demrow. "We have this thing - it's 'Let's Talk, 'and it expresses the willingness of our lawyers to really take the time to handle cases with compassion, understanding, and sensitivity. But, that doesn't mean that our attorneys are anything but aggressive on behalf of our plaintiffs."
The new website can be seen online at vilesandbeckman.com/.
About Viles and Beckman
Viles and Beckman, LLC (vilesandbeckman.com) is a law firm firm focusing on personal injury, foreclosure defense, and DePuy Hip (ASR) claims. The firm handles cases for of Florida. Free case reviews via online webforms are now available at the new website.