Texas Traffic Violations Lawyers
In Texas, you can be charged with reckless driving under a variety of circumstances. The statute defines the offense as driving a vehicle “in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property,” but does not specify what that means. Read more>
Accident Not Your Fault?
One of the most typical forms of catastrophic accident injury comes from the negligent automobile operation on Texas roadways. These car accidents result in needless car accident injuries and deaths. Read more >
Failure to Obey Traffic Signs
A ticket for failing to stop at a red light or for making a rolling stop at a stop sign may seem like a minor inconvenience. You may be inclined to simply pay the fine and and be done with it. Read more >
Out of State Drivers
If you are on vacation or traveling for business in Texas and you get a traffic ticket, what do you do? You may not be planning to return to Texas anytime soon. If you ignore the ticket, the state of Texas may report the violation to your home state... Read more >
Protecting Your Rights in Traffic Offenses
If you have received a traffic ticket, you may be thinking about simply paying your fine and putting it behind you. It may not be that easy, however. If you are convicted of a moving violation in Texas, you can have two points added to your driving record (three points if you injure someone as a result of your violation).
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