How, When and Why to Fight a Traffic Ticket in California

Thursday, July 26, 2018

A traffic ticket in California can be expensive. From the fine for the ticket to increased insurance premiums, you could be paying for one simple mistake for up to five years. You may have to attend (and pay for) traffic school. You’ll most likely have points on your record. Get a second ticket and you’re looking at even higher fines, premiums and more points on your record. Instead, find a traffic attorney in Los Angeles to fight your ticket. 

When to Fight Your Ticket 
Whether you get a red-light camera ticket or a speeding ticket, it’s important to fight your ticket right away. You will remember the incident much better when it’s fresh. You can track down evidence much easier. You should fight your ticket every time, to avoid having any moving violations on your record. 

Why to Fight Your Traffic Ticket 
A traffic ticket might seem insignificant, but it can have greater consequences than just the fine. Very young drivers who get a ticket will almost certainly see an increase in their insurance premiums. Commercial drivers may have problems securing employment with too many moving violations. Even if you don’t have a commercial license, having a ticket could affect your career if you are expected to be mobile. 

How to Fight Your Ticket 
Fighting a traffic ticket on your own can be daunting, because you may not be familiar with the laws that govern moving violations. Having an experienced attorney on your side is one of the best ways to fight a traffic ticket. The Ticket Clinic has over eight years of experience in California dealing with moving violations. We have an 80 percent success rate. We work hard to get your ticket dismissed or at least to find the best possible outcome. Find an experienced San Diego traffic ticket attorney with The Ticket Clinic. Call our office at 1-800-248-2846 or contact us online for a free consultation. 

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