6 Major Advantages of Hiring a Traffic Violation Lawyer - Gina Wicik Law Office

6 Major Advantages of Hiring a Traffic Violation Lawyer

Are you curious to see if there’s a way to reduce your fine on the traffic violation you received? Do you feel that your lack of understanding of the process will cost you? If so, then you need to hire a traffic violation lawyer right away.

Doing so can help you understand all of the benefits of hiring a traffic violation attorney. Rather than pay the total fine and get the points on your driving record, you may potentially be able to eliminate the fine.
See below for an in-depth guide on the major advantages of hiring a traffic violation lawyer for your case.

1. Lower or Eradicate Fines

We all know the pain of receiving a traffic violation. They always come around during the periods of your life when you’re strapped for cash. Depending on the violation, the price might hurt even more. Statistics show that the average cost of a ticket is around $300.

Some of the most common traffic violations are speeding tickets, which often cost hundreds of dollars. The more you were speeding, the higher the penalty.

However, hiring a traffic violation lawyer can help you either lower the fine amount or, in some cases, even eliminate the fine. Thanks to the lowered fine, you won’t experience as much of a setback.

2. Save Money

In reading that last point, some of you may have wondered, “Okay, but am I saving money if I have to pay a traffic violation lawyer?” The answer is yes!

First off, the best traffic violation lawyer in your area will ensure that the reduced fine makes sense for your situation. They’ll ensure that you’re saving more on the reduced fine (or eliminated fine) than what you’re paying for their services.

The result is that you get to enjoy spending less while also closing the chapter on this unforeseen expense. Not to mention that the lawyer can help you avoid points being added to your driving record, which will help you avoid skyrocketed car insurance rates.

3. Know the Law

Unless you went to law school, it’s highly unlikely that you understand the ins and outs of traffic law. The most important thing to understand is your rights and how they affect your traffic violation.
Most people only view traffic violation lawyers as a reactive investment after they’ve received a ticket. We recommend that you build a business relationship with one so that they can be a proactive resource for you. Their knowledge can help you avoid a ticket entirely.
Thankfully, their knowledge can help you after the fact as well. They’ll help you avoid saying anything harmful to your case (such as admitting to the officer that you were speeding).

4. Build Evidence

Depending on the traffic violation, your case may not be as simple as paying off a fine. There could be some serious penalties ahead if you’re found guilty of them.

A traffic law violation lawyer can help you build your case. They’ll use their vast network to compile evidence for your case. This evidence can be used to settle out of court, reduce the penalty for your traffic violations or even convince the judge/opposition to withdraw your case entirely.

Such evidence can include:

  • Traffic camera footage
  • Police incident reports
  • Presence of an officer & more
  • Without a traffic violation attorney, you’ll be on your own; you’ll have to collect this evidence yourself if you want any shot at lowering the fine.

5. Keep Your Record Clean

Most people hear that a traffic violation adds points to your record and think, “Big whoop!” But they don’t realize the magnitude of the situation.

A bad driving record does more harm than inflating the price of your car insurance rates. It can also lead to consequences such as:

  • Harming your credit score through unpaid tickets
  • Lead to an arrest if you’re found driving with a suspended license (which will occur with too many points on your driving record).
  • Affect your ability to land your dream job

Granted, most minor traffic violations won’t warrant any of these consequences. However, a major traffic violation (such as a DUI/DWI) or a string of speeding tickets are sure to inflict some harm.

Thankfully, a traffic violation lawyer can help you avoid adding points to your record so that these consequences never take effect on your life.

6. Experience on Your Side

Perhaps you feel as if an officer was in the wrong when they assigned you a traffic violation. Maybe you feel that you have a legitimate argument against the ticket you were given.

Whatever the case might be, you’ll have to fight it if you want it reduced or eliminated. Doing so without a lawyer is like playing backyard football with an NFL linebacker. You won’t win.

A traffic violation attorney can help level the playing field. They’ll give you step-by-step instructions to follow, as well as take over control of your case. They’ll explain the entire process and use their knowledge to give you desirable results in your case.

While the attorney works on your case, you can go about your day as usual with full peace of mind.

Invest in a Traffic Violation Lawyer for Your Case Today

Now that you have seen an in-depth guide on the biggest benefits of hiring a traffic violation lawyer for your case, be sure to use this information to your advantage.

Take the time to visit this page and learn about all of our practice areas. To get started, give us a call at 516-253-4278 and we will be happy to assist you further.

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