Why You Don't Just Pay the Ticket...
Attorneys for Traffic Violations and Drivers' License Suspension
After being stopped and cited for a moving violation, many people simply choose to pay the fine and move on with their lives. The problem is that, in addition to the likelihood that your insurance premiums will be raised, accepting the ticket puts points on your driving record. This places you closer to losing your license if you end up in the wrong place at the wrong time on just a few more occasions.
We are skilled traffic defenders with decades of experience in the municipal courts of Wisconsin. Our knowledge of how to defend traffic violations and how these matters are handled differently from county to county has made a tremendous difference for many clients.
Call or contact us before you simply pay that ticket.
Our firm provides skilled traffic-violations defense on behalf of individuals in southeast Wisconsin and from other areas of the state as well in some cases. On many occasions, we also represent out-of-state and commercial drivers.
Although this is just one part of our practice, it is an area where our attorneys have earned significant recognition and respect. In fact, they regularly give seminars and teach continuing legal education courses on the topic of traffic violations defense to other lawyers. Some of the traffic-related charges we handle include:
- Speeding, excessive speeding
- Speeding in a school or construction zone
- Reckless driving
- Inattentive driving
- Failure to yield
- DUI/DWI/drunk driving
- Violating an occupational license
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license
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Here for You in Your Time of Need
Milwaukee Area: 414-312-4184 / Statewide Toll Free: 866-624-9029
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