Chicago Parking Tickets; Illegal Fines on Expired Meters
It has been reported that the City of Chicago may have been issuing tickets for expired parking meters with illegal fine amounts. The central business district of the City is located between Lake Shore Drive (on the east), Roosevelt Road (on the south), Halstead Street (on the west), and Division Street (on the north), as shown in the map below.
The City’s parking ticket may have incorrectly stated that a parking meter was within the central business district when it was actually located outside the central business district. If you received a $65 ticket for an expired parking meter located outside of the central business district, you may be entitled to relief.
If you believe that this did happen to you, we ask that you contact the Zimmerman Law Offices. They can be reached directly on their website, via phone call at (877) 440-0020, or by email at Tom@AttorneyZim.com.
Editor’s note on the Chicago Parking Ticket Claims:
This piece is written about an investigation into the above Chicago Parking Meter claims, which may lead to a potential lawsuit. If you believe that what is alleged in this article has affected you, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Zimmerman Law Firm (all contact information is listed above), or contact us directly.
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