Florida drivers should seek advice from this experienced attorney to have their licenses reinstated.
Online PR News – 01-May-2014 – FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Most traffic accidents are caused by drivers who have broken traffic laws, resulting in charges being filed against the offending driver and a court appearance. Before drivers go to court, they should seek legal advice from an experienced attorney like Fort Lauderdale’s Guy Seligman who has three decades of direct experience in helping clients in traffic court.
“An attorney will help you be prepared in advance of your court appearance. You can explain what happened in court and the judge will decide what your penalty will be,” said Seligman. “If you are found at fault in an accident and are facing problems with your license, you need to understand your legal options and how to get your driver’s license reinstated.”
A qualified suspended license attorney like Seligman can help drivers understand their rights and resolve their driver’s license problems. According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, an individual’s driver’s license will be suspended after he/she receives 12 points or more within a certain time period and may be suspended for unpaid Florida traffic tickets.
“Ignoring traffic tickets or accumulating too many traffic ticket points in the state of Florida will lead to big trouble when it comes to your driver’s license,” says Seligman. “If you don’t pay your tickets, your Florida driver’s license can be suspended. Even if you do pay your tickets but have more than 12 points on your license, your license can still be suspended.”
Drivers who continue to drive on a suspended license may face even more severe punishment.
“Be warned -- if you persist in driving on a suspended license in Florida, the DMV can label you as a Habitual Traffic Offender and your license can be suspended for five years,” Seligman said.
Seligman suggests that anyone that has been in a traffic accident or at risk of loosing their license for accumulation of points, or those with already suspended or revoked licenses contact him at: 954/760-7600 covering Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, and all of Florida. His hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Guy Seligman is a criminal defense lawyer who started his career at the Dade County State Attorney’s office and later in the Broward County Public Defender's office in the late 1980s. Guy opened his home office in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and has been there ever since. A native Floridian, Guy has spent the last 25 years building relationships with prosecutors, judges and law enforcement officers and court officials. Guy is known as a fighter for the under-represented, the bullied and people who are being taken advantage of by either the system or their opponents. Guy Seligman can be contacted at 954/760-7600 or on the web at http://www.fixsuspendedlicense.com