There aren’t many who haven’t had a traffic ticket. However, just because their common doesn’t make them less serious. Traffic violations most often carry a fine and court fees. However, the fine is not the real danger, traffic violations can result in higher insurance costs, and points on your driver’s license.
what we do
We have represented thousands who have gotten a speeding tickets on North Carolina roads. Traffic violations are serious because they affect insurance rates and sometimes the ability to drive. Stop by our office or call us at 910-897-2105 to discuss your options and for a quote.
Steps to Take After an Accident
- Most offenses do not require you to appear in court.
- Contact us to give us permission to appear on your behalf, permission to pay the court the fines and cost, to give you an idea as to what result you can expect.
- We take payments over the phone.
- We go to court to get the best result, usually to prevent insurance points and DMV points.
- Our firm will send you a letter telling you the results and will give you a printout of how the money you entrusted to us was spent.
Most frequent questions and answers
Q. Can I handle the ticket in my home county if I received the ticket in another county?
A. No. You will have to handle the ticket in the county where you received the ticket.
Q. The DMV or the court has revoked my driver's license because of a traffic violation. Is there anything I can do?
A. In certain circumstances, the court may grant you a limited driving privilege. This will allow you to drive under very limited circumstances, such as commuting to and from work.
Passing a stopped school bus
Hit and run, property damage only
Following too closely
Driving on wrong side of road
Failure to yield right of way to pedestrian
Failure to yield right of way to bicycle, motor scooter or motorcycle
Running a stop sign
Speeding in excess of 55mph
Failure to yield right of way
Running through red light
No driver license or license expired more than one year
Failure to stop for siren
Driving through safety zone
No liability insurance
Failure to report accident where such report is required
Speeding in a school zone in excess of the posted school zone speed limit
Failure to properly restrain a child in a restraint or seat belt
All other moving violations
Littering when the littering involves the use of a motor vehicle