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SKA Law is a premier, Philadelphia criminal defense law firm, founded by professional criminal attorneys. We take on cases other law firms turn down, because we know how to fight – and when to negotiate. Our goal is to get you the best outcome possible. No fluff. No nonsense. Our focus is results.

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SKA Law takes on fewer clients than other firms – it’s because we believe that taking on fewer clients means we can provide more service, and better results.

25 Years Of Legal Practice

Our firm has over 25 years of combined legal practice. Our Philadelphia criminal attorneys have been recognized by the top lawyer ranking services.

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Our Philadelphia criminal attorneys are available 24/7- regardless of the holiday, or time of week. We are always available to help you.

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We take on fewer clients than other firms. Each client works 1:1 on with one of our senior attorneys.

Handicapped Parking Permit Lawyer

Throughout the city of Philadelphia, parking seems to be at a premium. It can often be difficult to find a spot on the best of days, creating a headache for people who depend on their car to run their daily errands and to get around town. This situation is compounded for individuals who have limited mobility. It is important for them to be able to park close to a building so that they can get in out of their car without difficulty. Parking spaces are reserved for such individuals at most places of business around the city, but you need to have the appropriate license place or windshield sticker in order to use them.

If you are an individual with physical limitations, you are well aware of the importance of being able to park in one of those reserved spots. You are able to get a specialized plate to allow you to do just that by submitting an application to the Philadelphia Parking Authority. This is the organization responsible for handing out those permits. This is especially important for people who need to park close to their home on the street. The only way to do that in some neighborhoods is to have this permit. You should have your application approved if you can demonstrate that your mobility based on one more of a variety of diagnosed medical conditions.

Going Through the Application Process

If you are forced to live with a physical limitation, then you are well aware that there are times when you need to speak up and let it be known that you have rights. If you are having difficulty getting the needed residential handicapped parking permit, our office is here to assist you. We have a Philadelphia traffic attorney that knows how to cut through the red tape. We are also able to help you appeal a wrongful denial that you may have received. Our goal is to make sure that every resident of the city is able to live their lives freely with the protections that modern society should be able to provide.

The Law

There is actually a provision in Pennsylvania law that deals with a residential handicapped parking permit. It is found in Section 3354 of Title 75. It basically says that a person with a physical disability may request a reserved spot in front of their residence. When approved, only individuals with a specially issued permit will be allowed to park there. If they do, then they will be subject to a fine and can be towed.

Essentially, this should be good news to individuals with limited mobility. The law provides that the government is permitted to put up a sign on the street that indicates the space is reserved for a resident who has a physical disability. It should be noted that this does not guarantee the spot will be available when you need it. The sign indicates that any person with a physical disability, and who has the requisite permit, may park there.

What Do You Need To Do?

At this point, you might be wondering what you need to do in order to get a handicapped parking permit. First of all, it should be noted that the permit itself, and the requisite sign that will be erected in front of your residence, is free once approved. These are issued for a time a period of between one and three years. At the time of expiration, you must then demonstrate that you still need to have the permit. The city will also examine the designated space to ensure it is still acceptable to keep it there and that it does not adversely impact traffic flow or the general safety of the community.

You have a right to this permit if you qualify. Our office is here to help you. Contact us right away so that we can assist you in protecting your legal rights.

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