Author: Ashley T. Davis, Richmond, Virginia Personal Injury Attorney
The holiday shopping season is upon us. Parking lots at the malls, shopping centers, and groceries stores are filled to capacity. You have circled the parking lot three times. Nothing is open. You see an available parking space, but it is reserved for persons with disabilities. You only need to run into the store for a few minutes. It’s just this one time. You’ll be right back. Can you park there?
Unless you have and need a disabled parking license plate or placard, the answer is always no.
Why? Because persons with disabilities need those spaces.
In order for an individual to obtain a disabled license…