Ionic columns
Justia Lawyer Rating for Brandon K. Davis

Failure to Signal

Failure to Signal

The use of turn signals is covered in the Illinois Vehicle Code under 625 ILCS 5/11-804. In a business or residence district, the statute requires that a turn signal is given continuously during not less than the last 100 feet traveled by the vehicle before turning right or left. Outside a business or residence district, the statute requires that the signal be used continuously during the last 200 feet before the turn. Among other signaling conditions, Illinois law requires that a driver may only make a turn when it can be made with reasonable safety.

The Davis Law Group, P.C. represent clients on a wide range of traffic tickets including violations for Failure to Signal. Failure to Signal is a moving violation under Illinois Secretary of State rules. Convictions on moving violations can result in driver’s license suspensions and insurance increases. Feel free to contact our attorneys to discuss your case.

Main Office

View Larger Map

Chicago Office

View Larger Map
Client Reviews
★★★★★
I wanted to let you know that I finally got my license back today. I want to thank you guys from the bottom of my heart. You did an amazing job and helped another person turn their life around. I will forever be indebted. Rest assured that I will refer anybody that I hear is in trouble to you guys. Thank you again. All the best.
★★★★★
I want to extend my sincere gratitude for the success in getting my charges reduced. It has been a rather traumatic experience for me. Though I try to keep an optimistic outlook, it didn't seem possible. But you guys pulled it off and I couldn't be more grateful. This has been a great weight lifted off my shoulders. D.F.
★★★★★
I would like to take this time to thank you for a job well done. I received my full reinstatement documents today for full driving privileges. This took me by surprise. I did not expect to see the results this fast. I just want to say that I am blessed to have a very good lawyer like yourself to guide me through the process... I am very grateful. You're the best. Thanks again. G.B.
★★★★★
My special thanks for your help, guidance, and support during a most difficult time. You came recommended as "the best" and you lived up to your reputation! I wish you a lovely holiday season and a new year of challenges overcome, new joys experienced, and much fulfillment realized. All good thoughts your way. S.S.
★★★★★
I am very grateful for your work and representation. Although it is difficult for me to truly express my gratitude through e-mail, I hope you can still understand how thankful I am that we were able to dismiss my case on the first court date. I am very pleased with the outcome. Again, thank you very much for your time. Please enjoy the rest of your week. D.K.