Although receiving a traffic ticket may not immediately cause you seek legal representation, the situation may require more attention that you believe. Simply paying a traffic ticket does not always end the matter as you may still receive points against your driving record, which may result in the suspension or revocation of your drivers’ license or an increase in your insurance costs. Some insurance laws permit insurance companies to increase your premiums up to fifty percent depending on the number of violations committed. As such, a few simple traffic violations may result in a long-term increase in the cost of your insurance.
Attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates represent clients in a variety of traffic offense situations. You have the right to challenge the validity of a traffic ticket. By examining factors like the accuracy of radar detector readings and the officer’s report, we will thoroughly analyze each part of the case against you. If you received a traffic ticket, you need a traffic violation and speeding ticket attorney to stand up for your rights. Our attorneys represent our clients throughout entire case and court process, from arraignment through trial (if necessary). We represent clients in traffic cases, including:
- Driving Under Suspension
- No Operators License
- Failure to Reinstate License
- Speeding tickets
- Reckless driving
- Failure to stop
- Failure to yield
- Illegal turn; and all other moving traffic violations
The Luftman, Heck and Associates Advantage
Working with our clients, we will determine the best course of action to pursue in efforts to eliminate or reduce potential jail time (in certain offenses), points on your license and increased insurance costs. We are committed to protecting our clients driving privileges against suspension and revocation and will counsel our clients on the necessary procedures to reclaim their valid license when taken away, determining whether they are eligible for limited driving privileges and if so, the best course of action to take in requesting full or limited driving privileges from the court.