Of course, what the lawyers do is not called a holdup, extortion, or a shakedown, because it's completely legal. They say they're getting businesses to comply with the law, helping disabled people get parking spaces — maybe even lap dances. So you could say these lawyers are dedicated to helping the disabled, right? But even that's not always so clear.
The local newspaper pointed out that the Tucker firm has an office in a building that violates the ADA.
We asked a county ADA coordinator to check and sure enough … he said the office entrance wasn't legal, and the law firm didn't have the legal handicapped parking space.
"I don't know what you call that but it's not an accessible parking space," said county ADA coordinator John Batey.
Willam Tucker told us that he is in the process of moving his firm to a wheelchair-compliant building.
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