Speeding Ticket Traffic Attorney

Trust a law firm, not a referral agency


Insurance rates can increase by as much as 18% after the first ticket and 34% after the second* for the next three years.

* https://www.creditdonkey.com/speeding-statistics.html

  • No Mailing your Ticket.
  • No Office Visits.
  • No Court Appearances.

How to get Started

Retaining our firm is easy. Answer few questions, submit a photo, and you’re done! No office visits required. No mailing your ticket to court. No court appearances needed.

Keep your Insurance Premiums Low

Even a single ticket will increase your insurance premiums for the next three years. This could cost you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. Keep your record clear.

Keeping Clean Records

Keeping our clients’ driving record clear is our priority and every effort is made to achieve that goal, whether the ticket is dismissed or reduced to a non-moving violation.

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Contest your ticket
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Attorney Fee
Contest Your Ticket* Rate excludes Negligent Driving 2nd and CDL drivers

Violations We Defend

  • Crossing divider
  • Disobey road sign
  • Disobey school patrol
  • Disobey signalman, officer, or firefighter
  • Driving on sidewalk
  • Driving on the wrong side of the road
  • Driving through safety zone
  • Driving with wheels off roadway
  • Driving without lights
  • Failure to dim lights
  • Violating restrictions on a limited access highway while driving a motor vehicle
  • Wrong way on a one-way street or rotary traffic island
  • Speed in excess of maximum limit
  • Speed too fast for conditions
  • Speeding in a school zone
  • Spilling load
  • Straddling or driving over centerline
  • Unlawful operation of motorcycle on roadway
  • Failure to keep to the right
  • Failure to maintain control
  • Failure to secure load
  • Failure to signal or improper signal
  • Failure to stop
  • Failure to yield right of way
  • Following too closely
  • High occupancy vehicle lane violation (HOV or Carpool)
  • Impeding traffic
  • Improper backing
  • Improper entrance to or exit from freeway
  • Improper lane change or travel
  • Improper overtaking or passing
  • Improper turn
  • Negligent driving in the second degree
  • Passing stopped private carrier bus
  • Passing stopped school bus
  • Prohibited turn