Serving Jackson, Lansing, and Surrounding Communities for 120 Years
Auto insurance companies determine a driver's premium based on accidents, tickets and other relevant information. While you may not have total control over an accident, it is possible to limit the number of points on your driving record.
If you receive a speeding (or other traffic) ticket, plead responsible, and pay the fine, the court automatically reports it to the Michigan Secretary of State in most cases. The Secretary of State will add points to your Master Driving Records, as provided by law. Then, when your insurance company reviews your record, your insurance premium could increase considerably, all because of a simple speeding ticket or other moving violation.
Our #1 goal is to reduce the potential effects these types of tickets have on your Master Driving Record and ultimately, your insurance rates. We will work to reduce, defer or dismiss the charges.
For a reasonable flat fee, our traffic and speeding defense attorneys will appear in court on your behalf so you don't have to miss work — saving you time, money and headache. Our lawyers regularly appear in Jackson County and surrounding communities, and have developed working relationships with the prosecutors, court clerks and judges. Let our attorneys put this experience to work for you to limit your exposure to potentially hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in increased insurance rates over the course of a few years.
For more information, or to set up legal representation without having to appear in court or our law office, call (517) 787-9481, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete our online contact form. We accept credit and debit card payments over the phone or online, and can represent you without ever having to meet in person.
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