Let Us Help Fight Your Traffic Ticket

Some people who are cited for traffic offenses think these violations are like parking tickets and just pay them in hopes that it will go away. Unfortunately, this is not true. Paying a ticket is essentially pleading guilty, which means the violation goes onto your record and leaves you vulnerable to face additional consequences. This includes raised insurance rates and the possibility of license suspension. Our New York traffic violation lawyer at Katz Lawyers is well-versed in traffic laws and can fight for your rights and driving privileges in court.

To receive a FREE initial consultation with Katz Lawyers, call us anytime 24/7 at (212) 747-0606 or contact us online.

Why Hire an Attorney to Fight a Traffic Violation?

The exact consequences you may face for a criminal traffic violation vary significantly. The more serious the offense, the steeper the fines and the higher the points on your license. Unlike parking tickets and minor traffic offenses such as speeding, the police officer who wrote the ticket nearly always comes to court, which means having a lawyer to represent you is vital. The higher the consequences you face, the more important it is to have a New York traffic lawyer on your side.

Our firm represents clients facing criminal traffic offenses, such as:

  • Commercial driving violations
  • Driving on a revoked/suspended license
  • Hit-and-run
  • Aggressive driving
  • Reckless driving
  • Excessive speeding (30+ MPH over the speed limit)

Hear From a Satisfied Client

5 / 5 stars

Katz Law Firm is FANTASTIC! I received a speeding ticket and immediately hired Seth and his firm. They were super responsive handling all my paperwork and kept me updated with all changes in my case. Ultimately, the end result is all that matters; NOT GUILTY! Cant thank you enough!

Representing Habitual Driving Offenders

If you have received multiple citations or charges of traffic offenses within an 18 month period, you could face additional penalties. For example, those who accumulate 11 points within 18 months could face license revocation, meaning they will no longer be able to drive for a set period of time and could lose their job. Fortunately, we know how to effectively fight traffic offenses as well as license revocation. Let our New York traffic attorney from Katz Lawyers represent you in court and any administrative hearings.

Call us today at (212) 747-0606 to request a free case consultation.


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