Accessibility of the Claimit Interclaims Ltd website for surfers with disabilities.
At the Claimit Interclaims Ltd website, we attach the utmost importance to the adaptation of the website to surfers with physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities from a worldview according to which all people should be allowed equal opportunity and accessibility.
Also, the company’s offices have handicapped parking and accessible entrance for customers with disabilities.
At the Claimit Interclaims Ltd website, we invest many resources to make this website accessible in order to enable the browsing experience for the entire population and people with disabilities in particular.
The motto that leads us is human dignity and freedom, as this is a cornerstone of Israeli society because we all have equal rights and are equal in essence.

For the avoidance of doubt:
We are committed to making the Claimit Interclaims Ltd website accessible to all people, able-bodied and disabled.
On this site you can find the technology that suits your needs.
This site is a site that is usable by the entire population for the most part and with maximum effort.

Website accessibility:
The Claimit Interclaims Ltd website is a website that allows people with disabilities and older people to surf with the same level of efficiency and enjoyment as all other surfers. We work for equal rights in the Internet space for people with disabilities who use assistive technology to use a computer.

About the website’s accessibility
This website complies with the requirements of the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities (Service Accessibility Adjustments) Regulations, 2013.
The accessibility adjustments were made in accordance with the recommendations of the Israeli standard (TI 5568) for content accessibility on the Internet at the AA level and the WCAG2.0 international document.
The site provides a semantic structure for assistive technologies as well as support for the accepted usage pattern for operating with a keyboard using the arrow keys, Enter and Esc to exit menus and windows.
The site is optimized for display in common browsers
This site embeds a plugin that is an accessibility component called Enable by the UPress company.

Menu user guide:
1. The site adjustment button and site tags for assistive devices and technologies for people with disabilities
2. Button to enable navigation using the keyboard keys between the links on the website
3. The button to disable the flashing and/or moving elements on the screen
4. Button to enable black and white monochrome mode for the color blind
5. Sepia button (brown shade)
6. High contrast change button
7. Black and yellow button
8. Color inversion button
9. A button that clearly highlights all the title tags that appear on the site
10. A button that clearly highlights all the links that appear on the site
11. A button that displays the alternative description of all the images that appear on the website on mouseover
12. A button that displays a permanent description of the photos on the site
13. Button to cancel the use of a legible font
14. Button to increase the font size on the site
15. The button to reduce the font size on the site
16. Button to increase the entire display to about 200%
17. Button to reduce the entire display to about 70%
18. Mouse cursor increase button
19. Button to increase the mouse pointer and change its color to black
20. Website reading status button
21. Button showing the accessibility statement
22. Reset button that cancels accessibility
23. Send accessibility feedback button
24. Button to change the language of the bar and the accessibility statement accordingly
The accessibility bar has 2 types of magnification for your convenience, but if you want to enlarge the letters even more, you can use the following keyboard functions:
1. The Esc key will open and close the accessibility bar
2. The Ctrl + key will increase the text on the website
3. Ctrl key – will reduce the text on the site
4. The Ctrl 0 key will return the site to its original size
5. Space key (SPACE) will take the site down.
6. The F11 key will enlarge the screen to full size – another press will reduce it back.

We are constantly working to adapt the site for use on all devices. The contents of the site and its components have been processed and are accessible.
It is possible that, despite our efforts to make all the pages on the site accessible, you will find elements that are not properly accessible because they have not yet been accessed or no suitable technology has been found, and we guarantee that every effort is made to improve and make it accessible at a high level and without compromise.
If you encountered difficulty browsing the site and viewing our content, we apologize for that and would be very happy if you would draw our attention to it.

For inquiries about accessibility, you can contact the accessibility coordinator:
Name: Lenny Meaden
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 073-2391600
Mobile: 052-6433030

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