Our office is adept in handling all types of traffic matters in multiple counties throughout North Carolina, including Cleveland County, Gaston County and Lincoln County. We believe it is our responsibility to do everything possible so to insure that you achieve the best possible result in your case.
Why you need an attorney
Before you decide to simply pay your citation or plead guilty, we want to make sure you understand that even a simple speeding ticket or other minor traffic violation, if not handled properly, can have severe long-term consequences and could even result in a suspended or revoked license and increased insurance costs. In many cases, there may be alternatives to pleading guilty to a specific charge. To determine which alternative is best, these alternatives must be carefully considered, examining each person's driving history and the type of charge at issue. For most minor traffic offenses, we can appear in court on your behalf and resolve your case without you ever having to come to court. By retaining our firm to represent you, we can negotiate on your behalf to obtain the best possible outcome.
You may not be required to come to court
If you are able to come to court, you will likely be one of hundreds of people who has to spend hours of your valuable time waiting for your turn. However, by retaining our firm to represent you, we can negotiate on your behalf to get the best possible outcome, and in most cases, you will not have to be present. You can trust that we will take all measures necessary to achieve the best results for our clients.
Free phone or email consultation
In order to best serve you, we offer a free phone call or e-mail assessment of your case. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (704) 470-2440 or [email protected] to discuss your case and learn what to expect. We are here to serve you 8:30 AM until 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday. We accept all major credit cards for both legal fees and court fees. We appreciate your business and look forward to working with you to help you acquire the best disposition possible for your case.