Frequently Asked Questions
What services do you provide?

All services related to your drivers license, from tickets to reinstatement, as well as criminal charges.

Why should I hire an attorney for a traffic ticket?

It usually takes a lot less time to fight a traffic ticket when you hire an attorney. It saves yourself from missing work and the rates are reasonable. The chances of getting a traffic ticket dismissed are much higher with a hired attorney.

How do I check my court date?

The easiest way to check your court date is to visit us at our office.

I got a speeding ticket. Is it worth fighting?

Absolutely! We like to win and we want to avoid you getting any points on your license.

What are the chances of getting my ticket dismissed?

We have approximated that there is an 85% chance of getting your ticket dismissed.

Do I have to go to court?

Almost never. Our attorneys go to court on your behalf.

Doesn’t hiring an attorney cost more money than just paying the ticket?

That is not always the case. Attorneys that specifically handle traffic ticket cases are in-tune with the laws and are much more adept at dismissing traffic tickets. Traffic ticket attorneys are generally pretty affordable and can save you money in the long run.

How long do I have to respond to a ticket and hire an attorney?

Generally you have about 30 days to respond to a ticket.

How do I hire your firm to help me fight my ticket?
You can call us at 305-LAW-FIRM (529-3476), contact us online from our website, or visit us in person at our office located at 720 NW 103rd St Miami, FL 33150.
Will my license be suspended?

Not if you hire us in a timely manner.

What if I can't pay my traffic ticket?
Unpaid traffic citations can lead to late fees, collection agency involvement, license suspension, and even a warrant being issued for your arrest so it’s best not to ignore traffic tickets. There are ways that you can get payment plans setup if you can’t pay it in full.
I missed my court date. What should I do?

Contact our office as soon as you can so that we can reset your case.

What are the differences between traffic tickets and other crimes?
Generally, minor traffic offenses are considered infractions or civil offenses, whereas the charges that end up in criminal court are usually misdemeanors or felonies.
I was not driving the car, can I be charged with a DUI?

Yes you can! It’s called actual physical control.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept all forms of payment.

Do you provide financial assistance?

Yes. We offer generous payment plans.

Do you provide free consultations?

Yes we do. Contact us today for your free consultation.

How long do I need to wait for a decision in a traffic ticket case?

Usually only a few hours.

Can I continue to drive when my license is suspended if I need to get to work/school?

No. However, we are able to reinstate most peoples licenses the same day.