You may qualify for a Permanent or Temporary Disabled Parking Permit. How would you know?
Injuries, surgeries, or a chronic illness can throw a wrench in your plans. When life happens, everyday tasks can become either impossible or extremely difficult.
You may find yourself circling the parking
lot trying to find a spot close to the front of your destination to avoid exerting yourself too
much, or you may even have difficulty breathing.
Depending on the severity of your condition, you may qualify for either a permanent or temporary disabled parking permit. Temporary parking permits are generally for a term of up to 6 months or less (in Florida) and the permanent disabled parking permit is good for 4 years.
Either of the two permit types can be renewed and extended if more time is necessary.
You will need a doctor to determine if you qualify in the first place and if you need renewals you will need a doctor’s order as well. That’s where HandicapDocs comes in. We handle the difficult paperwork so you can worry about you and your family.
Please feel free to ask us anything. We love helping and we are here for you.