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Homeless people living in cars and RVS’s are on the rise in Los Angeles. Fears are that increased crime, fighting, and misuse will occur as a result of this increase. A ban on living in cars was lifted by a federal appeals court last year. There are allegations that the ban posed a bias against low income people.

A new law providing for parking in some areas in which the homeless could sleep in their cars is being developed.

There was a proposal to restrict the homeless from sleeping in their cars in residential areas.

In the past police have confronted vehicle dwellers and asked them to sleep on the pavement.

The proposal to restrict the homeless from sleeping in their cars in residential areas was passed.

Advocates for low income people still oppose the revised ban. They claim that it continues to victimize the disenfranchised.

A lawsuit in Venice contributed to the ruling.

The initiative provided for the parking of a few vehicle dwellers in various parking lots around the city. A requirement of the initiative is that the vehicle dwellers would have to register with Social Services.

Because of Los Angeles’ vast geographical area the issue is more unwieldly than that of the parking of the homeless in Santa Barbara.

It is important, authorities have indicated, to distinguish between homeless vehicle dwellers and those who just want to live free on the beach.

Concerns are that residents are endangered by possible violence, drugs, or crime.

People who live in their cars are prone to police harassment.

One such case occurred in 1998 when a young Black woman who was asleep in her car was killed by the police because a gun was seen in her lap.

In these instances the policeman would have to make a determination of whether the individual is just sleeping or living in their car.

The question is will the individual get the benefit of the doubt?

Video thumbnail for vimeo video Áreas de Práctica | AA Accident AttorneysThe thought of the ruling is to make a provision that provides areas where the homeless may legitimately park and sleep at night.

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Successful Cases

On the way back from a trip I was stopped for traffic and someone rearended me. I got an injurys to my knee, back, and also my neck. I came to AA Accident Attorneys about 3 days after the accident. I was very happy with how they handled everything and the settlement was the maximum amount that the insurance company would allow. I am very happy with AA Accident Attorneys.

Charles C. Car Accident Victim

I’d never been in a car accident in my whole life.I had originally hired an attorney, and he had dropped my case. So I came to the Accident Attorneys and they took on my case. They were amazing. They did a really good job. And I didn’t have to handle anything. In the end I’m very satisfied with my settlement.

Blyth 1st Time Car Accident Victim

The only people that looked out for me was AA Accident Attorneys. I can never thank you guys enough. I was totally surprised by how much money you guys were able to get for me. I’m really excited about the settlement I got. I couldn’t be happier with AA Accident Attorneys!

David Bell Pedestrian Accident Victim

We found Accident Attorneys, and finding them was probably the best thing that happened to us right then, because we were very well taken care of. They came out to us. We didn’t have to go to them. We was very well compensated financially. If I had to recommend an attorney, I would recommend them.

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