Massachusetts speeding ticket lawyer
Motor Vehicle citation attorney
Traffic ticket defense lawyer
What may seem like a "simple traffic ticket" can have life- altering consequences. One civil infraction, if found responsible, can lead to thousand of dollars in your insurance premium for several years, and it will stay on your motor vehicle driver's history forever. However, the consequences of these "surchargeable events" can quickly become even more drastic. Most people are unaware that one single traffic ticket for simple civil infractions can cause a license loss, just by paying the the very minimal fine/ assessment. That's right; paying the ticket can cause your insurance premium to skyrocket, and/ or your license to be suspended. That's because once you pay the ticket in full, you are "admitting fault" for each alleged infraction, and a "Responsible" finding enters on your record. 3 or more "responsible" findings in a year can lead to a license loss, or requirement that you attend driver retraining course- even if those 3 infractions were all the result of one single ticket/ traffic stop!
Once you already have motor vehicle infractions on your driver's history, the difference between a "responsible" and "not responsible" finding for each and every alleged infraction can mean the difference between not having your insurance premiums increase, or even whether or not your license is suspended for 30 days up to 4 years as a habitual traffic offender
. Once that happens, it is almost impossible to undue. These are just some of the many reasons that when people get a civil traffic ticket, they take the initiative to get ahead of these potential disastrous consequences, and hire Urbelis Law. We are in court literally every single day, and we know the best procedures and tactical approaches to appealing civil motor vehicle citations. We'll review the statutory violations alleged by law enforcement, and will listen to you. We'll guide you through the appeal, first to a magistrate, and then, if necessary, to a district court judge. Each stage of the appeal usually requires a different strategic approach, and we're here to guide you through it all, for the greatest chance at either eliminating or minimizing any significant interruption to your life.
While we defend against all civil (and, of course, criminal
) motor vehicle vehicle/ traffic offenses, some of the most common civil citations are issued for:
If you have been cited for any civil or criminal motor vehicle offense, contact our office immediately for your free initial phone consultation:
(617) 830- 2188