Traffic Violations Attorney
Traffic violations are a common occurrence on America’s roadways. A variety of legal concepts define what constitutes a traffic violation. “Failure to yield” is a common citation given to motorists who fail to obey a stop or yield sign, traffic light, or who fail to respect oncoming traffic while turning. While a traffic violation does not always directly lead to an accident, at least one violation is always cited after an accident in order to determine who was at fault for the accident.
Consequences for Receiving a Citation
Police and other traffic authorities are like all people: they can make mistakes. Receiving a traffic citation or being accused of a violation you are reasonably certain you did not commit can be both upsetting and frustrating. Depending upon the nature of the violation and your past history, your citation can result in suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, hundreds or thousands of dollars in fines, and even possible jail time. The long-term consequences may mean a sharp increase in your insurance premiums or cancellation of your auto insurance entirely.
However, many traffic cases can be successfully defended or negotiated by an experienced Quad Cities Criminal Defense Lawyer. At VanDerGinst Law, our attorneys have handled thousands of traffic charge-related cases. Drawing on this experience, we can help you navigate your options and determine what course of action will be most effective for your situation. If your case has merit and it can be proven that you did not violate any traffic law, you can exonerate yourself from guilt and move on with your life. We can fight hard on your behalf, and we’d be honored to help.
Call a Quad Cities Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you or someone you know have received a traffic violation citation, Call A Quad Cities Criminal Defense Lawyer From VanDerGinst Law at 1-866-843-7367 or CLICK HERE for a FREE online case evaluation. the initial consultation is free of charge. if we agree to handle your injury case, we will work on a contingency fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if, and when, there is a money recovery for you. In many cases a lawsuit must be filed before an applicable expiration date, known as a statute of limitations. So please call right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation. Our team of criminal defense lawyers are licensed to practice in Illinois, Iowa and the federal courts. We have handled and can handle serious cases all over the country. No matter where you reside VanDerGinst Law can help you.