Ticketed for Driving Without Insurance?
You Need a Miami Traffic Lawyer on Your Side
Given the high cost of car insurance, some drivers may choose to go without it and accept the consequences if caught by law enforcement. Unfortunately, driving without insurance is a serious offense and the penalties can be much worse than paying for insurance in the first place. If you received a ticket for driving without insurance, it is imperative that you retain a traffic attorney.
Fighting the system on your own is difficult and you may be unable to achieve the outcome you need. Attorney Daniel Schulefand has represented Miami residents for nearly 20 years in large and small traffic cases alike. He is capable of gathering evidence and challenging your ticket.
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Penalties for Driving Without Insurance
It is a legal requirement for all drivers in Florida to carry insurance. Minimum coverage is $10,000 for property damage liability (PDL) and $10,000 for personal injury protection (PIP). If you drive without it, penalties will be based on whether this is your first offense or if you have others on your record.
Drivers ticketed for driving without insurance can be charged with:
- Suspension of license, plates, and registration for up to three years
- Reinstatement fees of up to $500
- Points added to their driving record
Not only will you be burdened with an inability to drive, but you are also responsible for paying hefty fines when your driving privileges return. Just "accepting the consequences" can be disastrous and should be avoided at all costs. The best way to do this is by consulting with our experienced legal team.
We will take the time to understand the details of your case before offering a solution. From start to finish, our Miami traffic lawyer is on your side. Call us today to get started.
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