You Were Pulled Over For A
“NO INSURANCE VIOLATION”
What You're Facing
How We Can Help
Most traffic ticket violations come with a court date. This means you are legally obligated to show up in court to defend yourself. This means: missed time at work, driving downtown, the hassle of dealing with the system. Instead, you can work with us and eliminate the headaches. We represent you and negotiate with judges and prosecutors on your behalf. You won't even have to show up!
We started out traffic ticket process because we couldn't believe how much hassle was involved when dealing with the court system. Hire us and eliminate this entirely. You won't even need to leave your house to hire us. We can process your information over the phone and get started right away!
Keep Ticket Off Your Record
Most people don't recognize the pitfalls of dealing with your own traffic tickets. Make a mistake and your innocent speeding ticket could become a permanent fixture on your driving record. We won't let this happen. We're actively fighting for you and eliminating or severely reducing the penalties.
Learn More About No Insurance Violations
Driving without Insurance?
When driving in Texas you are legally required to have an active car insurance policy. Driving without an active policy can result in a traffic ticket or serious fine. The purpose of insurance is to cover damages caused by you if an accident should occur while you're driving. The driver who is at-fault will notify his/her insurance company and that company will help cover the cost of damages or injuries.
How to Prove you have Insurance
Each car insurance company should provide their customers a printed proof of insurance card. This is something that every driver should carry in their car no matter where they travel. Should you get pulled over for a violation or should you be involved in an accident, this card will be the primary proof of insurance. It will help you avoid a No insurance traffic violation.
Consequences of Driving without Insurance
If you fail to prove that you have an active car insurance policy for your vehicle then you could receive a ticket or a fine. If you do not have insurance at all, you might face more serious penalties. These tickets cost several hundred dollars and require additional driver's license fees. A repeat offense could result in license suspension or having your vehicle impounded. It also makes you vulnerable to civil lawsuits.
I worked with Emily and Heidi on my first ticket since moving to Texas. I didn’t know what to do or how I could fight it. I paid more than what my ticket was however they got it dismissed so it is off my record and I don’t have higher insurance or anything. Well worth your money and I am so thankful that I found such a great group to work with. Communication was amazing!
San Antonio, Texas