What We do
Feifer & Greenberg can help with any traffic ticket or traffic law related matter anywhere in New York State. In most cases we charge simple flat fees and in every case you will find our fees to be low and fair.
We are dedicated to helping you achieve your individual goals through outstanding customer service and experienced representation. Our objective is to provide our clients with an experience that is simple, stress-free and successful from start to finish.
Who We Are
Mr. Feifer and Mr. Greenberg established their current partnership in 2002
Scott Feifer has been practicing traffic law since graduation from Brooklyn Law School in 1995.His first associate position was with a small general litigation firm in NYC where he managed the traffic law portion of their practice.
After trying hundreds of cases and establishing numerous contacts within the NYC traffic law community, Mr. Feifer decided to open his own practice. In early 1997, he founded the Law Offices of Scott Feifer and began a practice that would focus exclusively on driving and traffic law related issues. Within a year his practice was firmly established as an industry leader handling such matters throughout New York State.
Matthew Greenberg has been practicing traffic law since graduation from Florida State University Law School in 1996. In his first associate position, he managed the traffic law portion of his firm’s practice for six years.
During that time, Mr. Greenberg made daily appearances in the Traffic Violations Bureau, the Taxi and Limousine Commission and the criminal courts. He was also an active member of the traffic law community, regularly attending meetings of the Motor Vehicle Trial Attorneys Association.
What Can We Help With?
Our attorneys fight every type of moving violation. We’ve assisted thousands of motorists with New York traffic tickets such as speeding tickets, red light tickets, disobey traffic device tickets, etc. Learn more about why you should contest traffic tickets or review information on some of the most common traffic violation charges.
Sometimes a car stop results in more than a moving violation traffic ticket. You may be charged with a criminal misdemeanor such as Aggravated Unlicensed Operation (driving with a suspended license) or Reckless Driving or have a DUI related criminal matter. Learn more about traffic related criminal matters.
Suspensions and Revocations
If you are currently suspended or revoked we may be able to clear your suspension. If you are worried that you may soon be suspended or revoked we may be able to prevent it. Learn more about suspensions and revocations.
Commercial Driver Violations
We have extensive experience assisting commercial drivers throughout New York City and New York State. In addition to assisting CDL holders with ordinary traffic violations, we regularly defend all commercial driving charges including those related to the weight and length of vehicles, various vehicle equipment and NYC tax stamps. We also represent corporations where tickets are issued in the company name. Learn more about how we can help with commercial driver violations.
Out of State and Canadian Drivers
Drivers with licenses from many other states and from parts of Canada (Ontario and Quebec in particular) may be affected by a NYS ticket as much or even more than a NY licensed driver. We represent many drivers from outside New York and can help such individuals analyze the merits of contesting their ticket in New York. Learn more about how we help out of state drivers and Canadian drivers.
Why Should I Hire Feifer & Greenberg?
We start with the free consultation and continue until your case is completed. Along the way, you will find outstanding client service from our entire staff. We are always available to answer your questions and are intent on keeping you informed throughout. And, of course, experienced NY traffic ticket attorneys deliver outstanding results. We are focused on creating a simple, stress-free and successful experience. We consider ourselves a complete law firm.
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