Aggressive Traffic Defense in Grant County and Moses Lake
Did you get caught speeding on I-90 in Grant County or Moses Lake? Our Grant County speeding ticket lawyer can provide you with aggressive defense against various traffic infractions. Because your record matters! Regardless of the traffic infraction, we are dedicated to fighting your Grant County traffic infraction!
Call us today for a free case evaluation
Traffic tickets can have severe consequences that exceed just a fine. Even a speeding ticket will result in higher insurance rates for three years. If you have an out-of-state driver’s license, your state will add points to your driving record even if your ticket is in Grant County. If you accumulate enough points, you may face a suspension of your license. And, if you livelihood is centered on driving, getting too many ticket could cost you your income. Have our Grant County speeding ticket lawyer fight your ticket!
Have you received a speeding ticket in Grant County? Our traffic attorneys are here to help! Our Grant County speeding ticket lawyer is experienced in fighting traffic infractions throughout Washington State.
Keep in mind that you must respond to the ticket within 15 days from the time the ticket is issued. If you fail to respond on time, the ticket automatically goes on your record. Because who wants that, right?
Contact our Grant County speeding ticket lawyer immediately so you can ensure that you are properly represented.
Here is how to hire our traffic lawyer so you can keep your record clean:
- Call our office for a free case review
- Get us a copy of your ticket
- No court appearances required
- No office appearances required
Other Traffic Infractions we Handle in Grant County and Moses Lake:
- Disobeying Road Sign
- Disobeying Signalman, Officer, Firefighter, or School Patrol
- Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road
- Driving with Wheels off Roadway
- Failure to Dim Lights
- Failure to Keep to the Right
- Failure to Maintain Control
- Failure to Signal or Improper Signal
- Failure to Stop
- Failure to Yield
- Following too Closely
- HOV/Carpool Lane Violation
- Impeding Traffic
- Improper Lane Change or Travel
- Improper Turn
- Negligent Driving 2nd Degree
- Prohibited Turn
- Speed in Excess of Maximum Limit
- Speed too Fast for Conditions
- Speeding in a School Zone
- Straddling or Driving Over Centerline
- Wrong Way on a One-way Street or Rotary Traffic Island