Traffic Ticket Defense
Traffic Ticket FAQ
Traffic Ticket Suspension
Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License
If you have received an Illinois traffic ticket, the defense attorneys at The Davis Law Group, P.C. can help. We provide professional legal representation to those in need of experienced traffic ticket attorneys. While paying your ticket may seem like the simple thing to do, traffic violations can have more severe consequences than most people realize. Multiple moving violations may result in a suspended or revoked license. In fact, certain violations, such as passing a school bus, can cause an automatic suspension even if you have a perfect driving record. The loss of your driver's license may have far reaching consequences on your personal and professional life. Therefore, it is important that you speak with an Illinois traffic ticket lawyer after receiving a traffic ticket to discuss your options.
Traffic convictions not only effect your Illinois driving record, but can also negatively impact your insurance rates for the next five years. Insurance providers believe that a single ticket indicates poor driving and increases the chances of future tickets and traffic accidents. Auto insurance companies review their policyholder's driving records to determine premium increases and the potential cancellation of policies. A recent study found that a single Illinois speeding ticket for 15 mph over the posted limit resulted in an average cost of $744 over the next five-year period.
Our firm provides aggressive representation in order to completely eliminate or minimize the negative impact on your life and ensure the best result possible. We can review your record and explain the proper course of action. Our traffic attorneys have successfully handled thousands of traffic tickets throughout the Chicagoland area, including:
- CDL Traffic Violations (commercial drivers)
- Cell Phone/Texting While Driving Violations
- Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License
- Driving Without a Valid License
- Driving with expired license plates or registration
- Driving Without Valid Insurance
- Failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident
- Failure to Signal
- Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle/Scott's Law
- Approaching Disabled Vehicles
- Following too Closely
- Illegal Transportation of Alcohol
- Improper Lane Usage
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Overweight Truck Violations
- Passing a School Bus
- Railroad Crossing Offenses
- Reckless Driving
- Running a Red Light or Stop Sign
- Seat Belt Violations
- Street Racing/Drag Racing
It is important to note that commercial drivers (i.e. truck drivers) are subject to more severe license consequences than standard operators. CDL traffic tickets must be handled accordingly, often requiring an amendment to the original charge, or trial where appropriate. We understand that a single traffic violation on your MVR can effect your livelihood and result in loss of employment.
If you seek effective and knowledgeable representation, we look forward to hearing from you. From Chicago traffic tickets to those issued throughout the State of Illinois including Cook, Lake and DuPage counties, our traffic attorneys are happy to discuss your individual situation. Feel free to explore our website and contact us to learn more. Let us put our vast experience to work to help you.