Now is a great time of year to take care of your traffic tickets and traffic warrants. Why? Because two important deadlines are coming up; The Great Texas Warrant Round Up starts in San Antonio on February 27, 2012 and the federal tax filing deadline is Tuesday, April 17th, 2012.
For some, this is a painful time of year where we give our hard earned dollars to congress to waste for us. For many others, however, tax time means a tax return in the mail. The question is always what to do with that glorious tax return money.
If you have an outstanding traffic ticket or ticket warrant, your best use of that tax return money may be paying a traffic ticket attorney to resolve the ticket for you. Outstanding tickets will not go away and the cost to deal with an arrest, if you are picked up for an outstanding traffic ticket warrant, is astronomical.
The reason to pay the traffic ticket lawyer is because the total cost of paying the lawyer and the reduced fine he negotiates for you is often less than just paying the ticket outright – especially if you have a traffic ticket warrant. Sometimes, paying a traffic ticket lawyer can be a small amount more expensive in the short run, but in the long run you can save thousands. This is because a conviction for a traffic ticket can be discovered by your auto insurance company. If the ticket was serious enough, your rates can jump up quite a bit. This can amount to your paying several thousand dollars in additional auto insurance premiums over the years. So, paying a traffic ticket lawyer can save you money both in the short and long runs.
On the other hand, our traffic ticket lawyers charge a flat fee of only $150 per citation for legal services. This is a fixed, one-time fee. You know the exact amount of money you’re paying your lawyer, and the amount is far less than increased insurance premiums over time. Our speeding ticket lawyers also guarantee to secure deferred disposition or defensive driving for you, or we’ll give you your money back.
Consider using that tax return money to take care of outstanding traffic tickets and warrants if you have them. Seems like either way, the government always ends up with your money. Our goal is to help you keep as much as possible and keep you within the law at the same time.
Call us for traffic ticket defense or traffic warrant help at 210-745-2825.