Habitual Traffic Offender Attorneys Orlando
Orlando Attorneys Minimizing the Consequences of Multiple Traffic Offenses
If you've been considered a habitual traffic offender, an attorney with The Umansky Law Firm may be able to help. Individuals retain HTO attorneys to look into whether or not their HTO, or Habitual Traffic Offender, status can be reversed. Many times, clients get a letter from the Department of Motor Vehicles through the mail which indicates that they have been judged guilty on three driving on suspended license cases within a five year period, making them a habitual traffic offender. Essentially, this means they're going to lose their license for five years.
Call us at (407) 228-3838 for your free consultation to discuss your HTO case with an experienced Traffic Offenses Attorney.
There are plenty of panicked individuals after they receive this letter because they have to have their license back because they commute to work, they go to school, and for plenty of other reasons. We all know those reasons why we need our driver's license. Lawyers at The Umansky Law Firm are able to sort out whether or not those three cases that have caused them to be a habitual traffic offender are criminal or civil tickets.
There is nothing minor about a traffic violation, especially when more than one is involved. Multiple infractions can result in fines and other criminal penalties, and can also lead to increased insurance rates. Continuing to ignore the problem could result in jail time and the suspension or revocation of a driver's license.
At The Umansky Law Firm, we take a proactive approach to clients considered habitual traffic offenders. If you have multiple traffic violations, we encourage you to act quickly and resolve your legal matters before the possible loss of your driver's license.
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Taking action on traffic violations can have multiple benefits. First, you can continue to drive without fear of being pulled over for a minor violation, only to find yourself arrested for past infractions. Secondly, your insurance rates remain affordable. Insurers assign points to traffic violations. Simply put, the more points that add up, the more you will pay in premiums.
In some instances, you could lose your insurance coverage for being deemed a habitual traffic offender. Avoid that costly tag and contact an attorney at our firm before a minor legal situation gets beyond your control.