Never Go It Alone!

Car accidents are horrible.  They are inconvenient and costly.  In certain circumstances they can be life threatening.  Hospital bills, orthopedic doctor bills, chiropractor bills, pain and suffering and the lost opportunities as a result are all damages, among other damages, that you must be compensated for.  Unfortunately, insurance companies do not altruistically just hand over money to make you whole.  They must know early on that you have the ability to aggressively push the case all the way to a jury of your peers.  This is why you need to call The Lee Firm as soon as possible.

Reason # 1

The number one reason is that a conviction for a traffic infraction in Georgia is a misdemeanor which potentially carries costly penalties.

Reason #2

The second reason is that the impact of admitting to a traffic infraction and simply paying the ticket without the aid of a lawyer may very well result in points on your license.

Reason # 3

The third reason is that the impact to pleading to a traffic infraction without the aid of a lawyer will also likely result in higher insurance premiums potentially costing an auto owner thousands of dollars over the course of owning his or her vehicle.

Reason # 4

The last reason is that the inconvenience involved with having to defend against a traffic citation can be overwhelming and costly. The Lee Firm, LLC can alleviate that by standing in your place before the court where your matter will be heard while you attend to your personal or work matters elsewhere.  This is especially helpful for our OUT OF STATE CLIENTS.

ticketConsidering all of the possibilities, give us a call to decide your options. Our prices are competitive and you can rest assured that by not calling us and going it alone may very well prove to be more expensive. Do not just pay the ticket and accept a conviction on your permanent criminal history and driving record. Call Us!

Traffic Ticket Convictions Cost

-Forbes Reports-

Here’s the full list of how much common ticket convictions will boost auto premiums, on average, as determined by

1. Reckless driving: 22 percent

2. DUI first offense: 19 percent

3. Driving without a license or permit: 18 percent

4. Careless driving: 16 percent

5. Speeding 30 mph over the limit: 15 percent

6. Failure to stop: 15 percent

7. Improper turn: 14 percent

8. Improper passing: 14 percent

9. Following too close/tailgating: 13 percent

10. Speeding 15 to 29 mph over limit: 12 percent

11. Speeding 1 to 14 mph over limit: 11 percent

12. Failure to yield: 9 percent

13. No car insurance: 6 percent

14. Seat belt infractions: 3 percent

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