Had fairly “unbeatable” tickets. One for a stop sign and one for seatbelt. My 15 year old sister in the back seat was not buckled up and apparently she must be. When was the last time you saw a teenager in a back seat with seatbelt on? If those tickets went through, I would be facing fines, points, insurance hike and NY’s “driver responsibility assessment” fee of $300. Because apparently if you pay the fee, state considers you to be a safe driver? What? I found these people after a very quick google search and was fairly skeptical. But gave it a shot anyway. Submitted my info and got a callback from an attorney. Explained the situation and was told how the process will work. They took care of everything. I was on vacation out of the country and received an email from their office administrator telling me that all tickets were dismissed! I am not sure how they pulled it off, but I am glad they did.
We have organized a statewide network of attorneys. In our network are both attorneys who work for Feifer & Greenberg and attorneys who work for other firms that regularly provide of-counsel representation to our clients. This statewide network allows us to match clients in a particular county or court with local attorneys who regularly appear on similar matters in the same county or court. It enables us to help clients anywhere in New York State and in our opinion provide particularly effective and affordable representation for our clients. Local attorneys can draw on their particular local experiences and, with travel time and expense removed from the equation, help us keep our legal fees low.
We can only guarantee that we will provide the best possible client service and legal representation. We can’t guarantee results. These are legal proceedings and we can’t promise you that every case will end in our favor. We will always honestly assess your case (both good and bad) and set realistic expectations during your consultation. We’ll discuss our goals and objectives but no attorney can ever guarantee how a case will conclude.
We recommend fighting almost all tickets. Even if the current NY traffic tickets aren’t particularly harmful, you have an incentive to keep your record clean for the future. Convictions quickly lead to surcharges, insurance increases and other complications. You should strongly consider any decision to pay a ticket without fighting.
Our lawyers are experienced, prepared attorneys who understand the nuances of fighting traffic tickets. Experience, preparation and good decision making help us to help our clients avoid points, surcharges, insurance increases and the other negatives that can easily result from a traffic ticket.