Minimizing Traffic Ticket Consequences
Many people fail to take traffic tickets seriously, often simply paying the assessed fine and moving on with their lives. However, paying a fine is the same thing as admitting guilt, and every time you pay a ticket you will have points assessed against your driving record. These points can accumulate faster than you may think and you can quickly find yourself in danger of losing your driver’s license. Seeking help from a skilled lawyer can help protect you from the harsh consequences of alleged traffic violations.
I am attorney Timothy J. Hennessy and I understand how to effectively challenge traffic tickets. From citations for failing to yield to speeding and reckless driving, I will work hard to minimize the most severe penalties associated with traffic violations.
Protecting Your Driving Privileges
The true cost of a traffic ticket involves much more than the fine on the ticket. A single moving violation can cause your car insurance rates to skyrocket in addition to losing your driving privileges if you receive too many tickets during a certain period of time. The stakes are even higher for people with commercial driver’s licenses whose livelihoods depend on the road.
In many cases, it is possible to negotiate a ticket down to a less serious offense. If a fair settlement is not possible, I can help protect your driving privileges in court. In many cases, you may not even have to make an appearance in court. I can help you explore your options and determine the best way to shield you from the worst consequences of a traffic violation.
Contact Me For A Free Consultation
I represent both New York drivers and drivers from out of state who have received a traffic ticket while visiting upstate. To find out more about how I can help you, call the law office of Timothy J. Hennessy, PLLC at 716-276-0980 to schedule a free consultation. You may also contact me online. Located in Williamsville, I represent people who have received tickets across the Buffalo metro area and throughout Erie County.