Skilled Attorneys For Resolving Traffic Offenses
Defense Against A Wide Range Of Driving-Related Allegations
The firm routinely represents individuals throughout New Jersey in all types of traffic matters, including:
- Driving without insurance
- Driving while suspended
- Drunk driving or DWI
- Fleeing the scene of an accident
- Failure to report an accident
- Reckless driving
- Endangering the well-being of others
- Passing a school bus illegally
Criminal And Noncriminal Consequences of Traffic Charges
Each time you receive a citation or charge, you accrue points on your driving record. If you accrue too many, the DMV will revoke your license and driving privileges. The lawyers of Weinstock Levin are knowledgeable of how to reinstate a license and have successfully assisted clients throughout the state in getting their driving privileges back.
Some offenses carry even greater consequences, including hundreds or thousands of dollars in fines and the possibility of jail time. It is important that you take each offense seriously; seeking representation that you trust can protect you.
Fighting these charges can also have a significant impact on your insurance rates – the insurance companies keep track of your driving record and point totals. Each additional offense can raise your premiums significantly, costing you hundreds more each year.
Working With A Traffic Charges Defense Attorney Is Worth It – Contact The Firm Today
To learn more about how the firm can fight your traffic violation and help you keep your driving privileges, please contact Weinstock Levin of Atlantic City today at 609-297-3624 or emergency at 609-214-8446.
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