Understanding Both Direct And Indirect Consequences Of A Traffic Offense
A traffic-related offense can end up costing thousands of dollars, result in the loss of a driver's license and jail time.
Some of the more underestimated and collateral aspects of a traffic offense include:
- The potential loss of present and future employment
- Substantial increase in auto insurance premiums
- Difficulties obtaining insurance (or affordable car insurance)
- Loss of housing or rental opportunities
Don't Brush Off The Charges. Find An Experienced Lawyer To Help You.
There is too much on the line to simply brush-off your charges. Getting an attorney to defend your rights and mitigate future penalties is extremely important.
Reaching Out To Our Team At Canan Law
As attorneys who have handled numerous traffic offenses and criminal cases for drivers in St. Johns County and northeast Florida, we know what to expect.
We understand how prosecutors think and the arguments they use.
Our lawyers have the solid criminal defense expertise needed to handle even the most unexpected case or situation.
Handling Any And All Traffic-Related Offenses
At Canan Law, our team defends against a wide range of traffic offenses for individuals in St. Johns County and northeast Florida, including, but not limited to:
- Driving under the influence (DUI/DWI)
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Reckless driving
- Careless driving
- Operating without a driver's license
- Leaving the scene of an accident
Drivers often face other serious criminal charges in tandem with a traffic-related offense.
Physical injury or death to another person as the result of a traffic violation, gross negligence, or reckless driving, for instance, will include additional charges.
Call On Us For Experienced Representation
Regardless of your situation, our legal team of Florida traffic offense attorneys at Canan Law never back down when faced with a challenge.
With decades of legal experience, strategies and skills, our attorneys can help secure your financial future and fight to protect your rights.
To learn more about your legal rights and options, contact our team today. Call 904-217-6209 or contact us online.