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Speeding tickets are among the most common type of traffic infraction, but that does not mean that they are not serious. Many people feel that it is easier to just pay the fine for a ticket, but in doing so, they are admitting guilt and may suffer several consequences in the future that they hadn’t considered. With penalties including fines, administrative fees, increased insurance premiums, and accumulation of points leading to a potential loss of driving privileges, it may be well worth it to hire an attorney to contest your ticket and represent you through the administrative process.
The Connecticut speeding ticket lawyers at The Sills Law Firm have more than 20+ years of combined experience protecting the rights of the accused. Before you decide you pay your speeding ticket, take a moment to call our firm to see what your options are. It may be in your best interests to contest the charge.
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Speeding Tickets & Commercial Drivers
A speeding ticket is bad news for any driver, but it can be especially worrying for someone with a commercial driver’s license (CDL). Penalties for moving violations, including speeding tickets, are much harsher for commercial drivers and can result in a loss of license – which is essentially a loss of livelihood. Even getting a speeding ticket while driving a personal vehicle could affect a commercial license. If you have a CDL and have been accused of a traffic offense, it is always advisable to speak with an attorney. Even one moving violation is enough to put your CDL in jeopardy, so call The Sills Law Firm now for experienced legal counsel.
Proudly Serving Clients Throughout Connecticut
The Sills Law Firm has three convenient office locations in Hartford, Waterbury, Westport. If you’ve received a speeding ticket anywhere in the state, we encourage you to contact one of our experienced attorneys as soon as possible to discuss the circumstances leading up to your ticket and talk about potential defenses.
Reach us at (860) 524-8118 today and begin your free case evaluation.