Montgomery County Traffic Violations Lawyer

Despite our best efforts, traffic violations do happen. Even though they may appear minor at first, they can often be much more severe than merely getting a speeding ticket, and even then, a speeding ticket can present many complicating factors. If you have a history of repeated violations or if the violation is severe, you may face jail time, hefty fines, or suspension of your license. 

People who receive traffic tickets are often under the impression that all they need to do is appear in traffic court and pay the fines to get points off their record. That’s not always how it works, though. In some cases, it can be challenging to avoid penalties without the legal guidance of a trusted traffic violation attorney.

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In Montgomery County and throughout Pennsylvania, Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford has helped thousands of clients with their traffic violation charges, and we can help you too. Request a consultation at one of our offices conveniently located in Montgomery or Bucks County today.

Legal Advocates for Traffic Violations in Montgomery County

Our law firm was established in 1952 by Irwin S. Rubin, a person who believed everyone, regardless of their financial circumstances, should have quality, cost-effective legal counsel. Since our founding, our legal team has guided clients through the most complex legal situations and charges. Traffic offenses may not seem serious at first glance, but when overlooked, they can have a serious impact on your life, family, career, and happiness. 

Pennsylvania law penalizes you for traffic violations with a specific number of points depending on the severity of the infraction. You risk losing your license if you rack up too many points and violations. In general, the length of your suspension is determined by the total number of points accumulated. Because of that, our attorneys highly recommend that you review each citation carefully with our assistance. Our team can help ensure all established protocols were followed and that a ticket was issued properly. Any type of case you need our assistance with will always be handled meticulously and competently. We are committed to communicating transparently about your options and striving to achieve the most favorable outcome for you. 

Paying a Traffic Ticket Isn’t the Only Option

Often, drivers don’t realize that paying a traffic ticket fine is the same as admitting guilt. You do not have to pay the fine right away; you are entitled to fight the ticket in court. 

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, our driving attorneys handle the full spectrum of traffic violations, from reckless driving to driving with a suspended license. We have great success in contesting traffic tickets, so while we can’t guarantee you will win, you have a better chance than if you go at it alone. Among the traffic offenses we handle throughout Pennsylvania are:

  • Speeding
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Habitual traffic offenses
  • Careless or reckless driving
  • DUI/DWI
  • Improper passing
  • Fleeing the scene of an accident
  • Driving without proper insurance
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Failure to report an accident

If you have questions about whether or not you should go to court regarding a traffic violation or other traffic ticket, please contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford. We can discuss your individual case with you and determine whether you should contest your ticket. 

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We Will Fight to Protect Your Legal Rights and Privileges 

In Pennsylvania, if you accrue too many points on your license over a certain amount of time, you may lose your driving privilege for up to one year. Getting pulled over with a suspended license could result in your arrest or the revocation of your license. 

Paying a ticket could result in a six-month or three-year license suspension, depending on your specific situation. If you hold a special license (e.g., a CDL for a commercial truck driver) and you pay a ticket, your license could be revoked, which might result in you losing your job. 

Along with fines and penalties, insurance premiums and rates may become more expensive. Your insurance company may stop covering you if you have too many traffic violations on your record. When you hire a Montgomery County traffic violations lawyer to contest the ticket, you may be able to clean up your driving record and maintain your auto insurance coverage.

Contact a Seasoned Traffic Violations Lawyer in Montgomery County, PA

Throughout Pennsylvania, drivers are charged with traffic violations every day. Regardless of the allegations, remember you are innocent until proven guilty. Being proactive is extremely important when it comes to your case because even the most minor traffic infraction can quickly develop into something more serious. 

Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford is a reputable and experienced criminal defense law firm that understands the complexities of Pennsylvania traffic violations. We work diligently to reduce or even eliminate all charges against you. Call (215) 822-7575 or complete a confidential contact form on our website to speak with a qualified Montgomery County traffic violations lawyer.