Kansas City Lawyer To Help Fight Speeding Tickets

Nearly every driver in the Kansas City, Missouri, metropolitan area will eventually get a speeding ticket. Most people know when they were caught speeding or driving recklessly and don't have a leg to stand on when issued the citation. There is a temptation to just pay the fine and be more careful. This is usually a mistake.

Even one violation on your record can have a costly impact on your insurance premiums. If you have been stopped multiple times over the past few years, you face a serious penalty, including possibly losing your license to suspension. I can usually take care of those tickets by plea bargain. Your record can be kept clean at a reasonable price. And if you have good reason to fight the ticket, I will fight aggressively.

A Lawyer Who Is Reasonable About The Cost Of Fighting A Ticket

I am Kansas City traffic law attorney Christopher T. Patterson. For more than 36 years, I have been aggressively protecting the rights of drivers in Northland communities and the Kansas City, Missouri, metropolitan area. If you are considering fighting your ticket, I invite you to call me to discuss your circumstances. I offer a free phone consultation to explain your options and how I can help. If I think you should pay the fine, I will tell you so honestly, without charging you a dime. And if you do hire me, I will charge you a reasonable, competitive and cost effective fee.

Speeding

Speeding carries a wide range of penalties depending on a driver's prior record and how far over the speed limit they were. These penalties range from a warning to multiple points on a driver's license. Drivers should understand that speeding penalties are up for debate in a court of law and that drivers shouldn't simply pay the fine without discussing their options with an experienced legal counsel.

Careless Driving

Careless or reckless driving is a subjective offense that can encompass a wide range of activities, including accidental and intentional. In general, careless driving is defined as any activity that represents a disregard for the rules of the road or the other people and vehicles on the road. Because of the subjective nature of the offense, the citation and the penalties associated with the citation are up for discussion in a court of law.

Call My Office For A Free Consultation

Call me at 816-471-7722 or send an email with a brief explanation of why you feel you should not have been issued the citation. I will call you back to discuss your case as soon as possible.