Driving Without Insurance
Driving Without Insurance Ticket
No one should ever plead guilty to a Driving Without Insurance ticket without first consulting an attorney. The consequences of being convicted of driving without insurance are potentially serious. Those who plead guilty to driving without insurance are subject to a mandatory six month license suspension at a minimum, as well as fines, surcharges, and other potential penalties. Before you act, call The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin P.C. today for a free consultation, and discuss your options with one of our expert attorneys.
We understand that most drivers are hesitant to contact an attorney for a motor vehicle violation. Generally, they feel that the cost of an attorney is not worth it when their ticket is not terribly expensive. Do not make this mistake! The potential penalties and fees that are not listed on the ticket would shock you. Aside from the fine provided, you would be responsible for surcharges, court costs, and other potential penalties. Additionally, you could be at risk to have your vehicle registration suspended or your license suspended. And as if that is not enough, any future insurance premiums – which you would have to secure to begin driving legally again – would be prohibitively expensive as a result of this offense. These are all typical consequences that may be handed down by the court if you are found guilty of Driving Without Insurance. Don’t let that happen to you.
You need an attorney because it is in your best interest to seek a dismissal or reduction of the offense with which you have been charged. The ultimate resolution of your case will depend on a variety of factors, all of which require expert assistance and knowledge. If you have past infractions, there was an accident involved, other tickets were written simultaneously, and whether you can provide proof of insurance will all be relevant to how this ticket is handled. There are simply too many elements involved for you to handle this potentially serious situation on your own. So do yourself a favor, and call The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin P.C. today at 215-437-3058 for a free consultation. Let us protect your license and your wallet.
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.