TRAFFIC TICKET LAWYER
Traffic Infractions carry real consequences
We have all been pulled over and given a traffic ticket for a violation that could range from speeding to tailgating. You may have received this infraction from a city police officer, county sheriff, or a member of the Washington State Patrol. Remember, even the most careful drivers make mistakes. When being pulled over please respect the police officer and call the Wood Sims Law Defense team immediately following your interaction at (206) 246-5300.
Traffic Infractions are a non-criminal offense which carries a fine. The problem is that traffic infractions cause you to pay more for insurance and if you get too many infractions you may lose your driving privileges.
CONSULT A TRAFFIC TICKET LAWYER BEFORE YOU PAY YOUR TRAFFIC TICKET
Most people choose to pay these fines to be done with them. The problem is that when you pay that fine, you are agreeing that you committed the offense, your driving record is adversely affected for the next three years, and your insurance premiums will likely go up hundreds of dollars a year. If you receive too many infractions you could be placed on probation and if you continue to get infractions, you could have your driving privilege revoked for a time designated by the Washington State DOL.
When you contact us regarding your infraction, we can review your case and situation and advise you as to whether you should dispute the infraction. We can waive your presence in court, so you do not have to be there. Challenging a traffic violation is a great thing that could lead to it being dismissed or even amended and providing less serious consequences, limiting the effect the violation will have on your life and finances.
TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS & CITATIONS
- Driving without a License
- Diving with a Suspended License
- Diving without Insurance
- Diving without Sufficient Insurance
- Driving with Expired Tabs
- Driving with Expired Registration
- HOV Carpool Lane Violations
- Hit & Run
- Reckless Driving
- Reckless Racing
- Negligent Driving
- Attempting to Elude
- Running a Red Light
- Running a Stop Sign
- Making an Illegal U-Turn
- Seat Belt Violations
- Mechanical Violations
- Unlawful Vehicle Modifications
- And More…
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