Violations for Tourists & Visitors in Miami, FL
Our Florida Traffic Attorney Represents Out of State Visitors in Traffic Court
A visitor from out of state may not realize that understand that Florida
has slightly different traffic rules than in other places. Add to that
the confusion caused by driving in a strange locale, and you may end up
with one or more traffic tickets.
The Law Offices of Daniel Schulefand is a law firm dedicated to representing
clients in all types of traffic tickets. The firm has a record of success
in overcoming traffic violations for our clients and a reputation for
integrity in the South Florida legal community. Even if it cannot beat
the ticket, our Miami traffic lawyer can almost always obtain a lower penalty.
Points Can Follow You
If you live out of state and receive a traffic ticket in Florida for
speeding, careless driving, or other reason, you may be tempted to simply ignore
the ticket. This is a mistake. The State of Florida cooperates with other
states in the reporting of traffic violations.
If you live in a state that uses the point system, points in Florida can
follow you home, and be assessed against your driving record in your state.
This can result in higher insurance premiums, and if you already have
points on your license it may even result in the loss of your driver's license.
the Law Offices of Daniel Schulefand handle your case, you can minimize the consequences you face.
You Do Not Have to Go to Court
Attorney Daniel Schulefand can handle everything on your behalf, without
the need for you to appear in court. He has extensive experience in traffic
ticket cases for clients in Florida and out of state. He understands the
many errors that police officers can make in stopping motorists and issuing
citations, and will work to overcome the tickets or minimize the traffic
fines and points awarded.
The Miami defense firm will keep you informed throughout the process, by
phone, e-mail, or fax.
Contact Attorney Schulefand today if you have received a traffic ticket in Florida and you live out of state.