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Joel is in Richmond Circuit Court for trial; therefore, the following blog is one from “Best of Bieber”. That means that Joel took a short blogging break and the JB Social Media team picked out the following blog. Plus… there is a new pic o’ day, but no one is taking responsibility for that. Hope you will read for the first time… or read again.

Parking Lots and Patience

I am an injury lawyer. That could mean cases from auto accidents, truck accidents and even cases against drug companies. It also sometimes includes parking lot cases.

If I told someone that I was a parking lot accident lawyer, I think that they would probably arch their eyebrows and ask, “So how’s that working out?” John Grisham likes picking on lawyers in his novels, as ambulance chasers; but I bet he hasn’t even considered “Parking Lot lawyers”.

So far, I know that this hasn’t grabbed you. Although, almost everyone has had a close call in a parking lot. Police can be called, but accident reports are most likely not filled out because the accidents usually occur on private property.

I do have some interesting parking lot cases currently pending. This isn’t a blog to sell the excitement of parking lot cases. But, many times, there are surveillance cameras that help establish fault.

The attachment below is something that I saw from a parking lot surveillance camera. It’s not from a case, but it’s good stuff. I hope you can click and watch. I think the ending will make you smile.

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Now for pic o’ day..

 

Parking Lots and Patience

I am an injury lawyer. That could mean cases from auto accidents, truck accidents and even cases against drug companies. It also sometimes includes parking lot cases.

If I told someone that I was a parking lot accident lawyer, I think that they would probably arch their eyebrows and ask, “So how’s that working out?” John Grisham likes picking on lawyers in his novels, as ambulance chasers; but I bet he hasn’t even considered “Parking Lot lawyers”.

So far, I know that this hasn’t grabbed you. Although, almost everyone has had a close call in a parking lot. Police can be called, but accident reports are most likely not filled out because the accidents usually occur on private property.

I do have some interesting parking lot cases currently pending. This isn’t a blog to sell the excitement of parking lot cases. But, many times, there are surveillance cameras that help establish fault.

The attachment below is something that I saw from a parking lot surveillance camera. It’s not from a case, but it’s good stuff. I hope you can click and watch.  I think the ending will make you smile.

 

[youtube cfK74nuhEy4]

 

Angry Parking Protest

     I admit it. I used to have a bad attitude about “meter maids”. I even said things like, “They sure seem to enjoy writing those parking tickets.”

     Now, I have a different attitude. Oh, I still don’t like parking tickets.  But, I have now represented some of those nice ladies that have to ride around in those little “vehicles” and “enforce parking regulations”.  They don’t like it either.

     Yes, I have had a change of heart. I’ve even had a change of speech in description. I still don’t come close to the guy who decided to use parking tickets as a way to protest.

      A Connecticut man   was so upset about the lack of parking enforcement that he decided to do something about it. He parked his car illegally, in a handicapped parking space. Then, he just kept calling the police. He called the police 12 times until they finally came out and arrested him. The first call came in at 2 a.m. He should have gone to Wendys for a late night frosty, instead.

     I wish I had a copy of those 911 calls. I bet the dispatcher had some priceless responses. “Sir, please don’t call again. There is no one that has reported that they want that spot right now.” 

     When the police came, they found him screaming. They had to subdue him with a stun gun because he was so combative. He was charged with breach of the peace and interfering with an officer who was trying to give him a parking ticket.

     Maybe he should have just marched around town with one of those sandwich board signs or worn one of those costumes, on the side of the road, that look like Lady Liberty . He was obviously very angry about the parking. Most people don’t even get that angry over not being able to find a Starbucks.

     Yep, pic o’ day

 

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