Have you been cited for speeding? A speeding ticket can have serious consequences. It can result in a fine and significantly higher insurance rates. If you have enough points on your driving record, just one more speeding ticket could result in the suspension of your driver’s license.

Before you pay that fine, talk to a lawyer at Hale Law Firm, PC. We may be able to quash that ticket and keep those points off your record. Call us at 919-838-0058 for a free consultation.

How We Can Help

A significant number of speeding tickets and other moving violations can be overcome, depending on circumstances. The police can make mistakes when completing paperwork. Speed measuring devices can be faulty. And there are other factors that can result in the dismissal of speeding tickets.

We can advise you on the best way to resolve your speeding ticket and help you obtain the most favorable result in your case. We can even resolve your case without you having to appear in court.

Consequences Of Speeding Tickets In North Carolina

For many of our clients, the cost of our services is far less than the fines and higher insurance premiums they would otherwise have to pay.

How a speeding ticket will affect you depends on many different factors, including your driving record, the driving history of any other drivers on your insurance policy, your specific insurance plan and how fast you were traveling.

Although speeding tickets are very common, they can cause serious and unanticipated consequences. A single speeding ticket may result in a 90 percent increase in your insurance rates. Tickets for speeding in a school zone or work zone may result in high fines.

You may be assessed up to three points on your driver’s license for each speeding ticket you receive, and when you reach 12 points, your license will be suspended. Similarly, if you are convicted of multiple speeding offenses within the same year, or if you are convicted of speeding over 80 miles per hour or more than 15 miles per hour above the speed limit, you could lose your license for up to a year.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

The best way to keep a speeding ticket from negatively affecting your license and insurance is to allow our experienced attorney to review your speeding ticket, driving record and other relevant information. Hale Law Firm, PC, may be able to help you avoid the negative consequences of a speeding ticket. Get legal help today.

Call Hale Law Firm, PC, at 919-838-0058 or contact us online to speak with a traffic violation lawyer about a speeding ticket in Wake County or surrounding areas.

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