Traffic Ticket

Our goal is to save our clients time and money.

We’ve gotten pretty good at that.

“I am delighted with the outcome.  I would very much welcome the opportunity to recommend your services to others that may find themselves in a similar situation.   With most things, many people promise a level of expectations that often times are not met leaving one quite disappointed and with very little they can do about it. You took the time to explain things up front to me as well as explain how the matter would unfold every step of the way.  There were no surprises, other than the very pleasant outcome that you shared with me today.
Thank you so much Jamie!” – J.C., former traffic client, April 24, 2013.

 “I couldn’t be happier with the results, thank you!

I will continue to refer everyone I work with in NY to you, as you have been very good to me! – J.E, from Ohio August, 2013.


Our Fees are Simple and Straight Forward. For most cases in Erie and Chautauqua county we charge a flat fee of $215.  For more serious matters, our fees may be more, but we rarely charge more than $365. Get started here.

On September 1, 2013, we ran a random report of results since 2011, when we started tracking our results.  Here’s that report.

If you want us to send you a quote for our services:    email us a copy of the ticket.  You can either scan it or take a picture of it with your smart phone.  We’ll respond within 24 hours. You can also use this form.

Why hire a lawyer for speeding ticket.

At first, the cost of a ticket doesn’t really seem that bad to some people.  Fines Generally range between $125 and $985.  But the real costs come in the form of increased insurance rates.   New York shares records of moving violations with most States, Ontario and Quebec.  As a result, points you get in New York are reflected in your driving record regardless of what State issued your license.  When you renew your Automobile Insurance, your carrier will review your driving record, and set your premium accordingly.

According to some industry experts, a single moving violation could cause your carrier to increase your premiums as much as 30%.  If you have prior points, the increase could double your premiums.  So if your premium is, say $1000, that’s an increase of between $900 and $3,000.