There could be a whistleblower claim. I would put in writing a complaint to your supervisor or HR to complaint about demands to park vehicles in handicapped spots. See what happens. If you get fired in response, you may very well have a whistleblower claim. For more information on employee rights check out my employee rights blog www.takethisjobnshoveitblog.com.
In order to preserve your rights under e whistleblower act you would need to object to violating the handicap parking rules in writing to your hr department or supervisor. Make sure there are witnesses to this submission or get a receipt showing acceptance. If you are fired after completing this complaint you may have a claim.
I would argue that it is your supervisor, not you, responsible for paying the ticket. If you do get terminated, make sure you apply for unemployment compensation benefits.
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