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In Florida and in many other states, speeding tickets are common. But you shouldn’t overlook them because they can negatively affect your car insurance rate. If you have received a speeding ticket and are worried about its effect on your car insurance rate, you should contact a Florida traffic ticket lawyer today. A traffic ticket…

Overview of Florida Speeding Laws

Speeding is among the most common types of traffic violations. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FHSMV) reports that Orange County issued nearly 46,000 speeding tickets in 2018 alone. To protect their safety and their license, every driver in Florida should have an in-depth understanding of the state’s speeding laws. Here, our…

Traffic Ticket in Florida

Traffic tickets have a reputation for being minor annoyances. But these tickets can dramatically increase your insurance, cause you to lose money paying fines, and result in a license suspension. At Skubiak & Rivas, we have spent several decades helping motorists fight their traffic tickets, and we can use our experience for you. One favorable…

Getting pulled over by the police can be a stressful experience, and one that no one wants to go through. But if you are pulled over and issued a ticket for speeding, understanding your rights and responsibilities, including how long you have to pay that ticket, is important. At the law offices of Skubiak &…

Most drivers in the state of Florida are guilty of going above the speed limit at least once over the years, if not routinely. However, most drivers don’t intentionally speed and refrain from traveling one-to-two miles per hour over the posted speed limit. However, some drivers make the mistake of excessively speeding on Florida’s roads,…

After receiving a speeding ticket, your first instinct might be to agree to pay the fine. Stop! Florida drivers actually have several options that they should fully consider before agreeing that they are guilty of speeding. In this article, we will discuss your options as well as the pluses and minuses of each approach. You…

No, you don’t “have” to. However, the only way to avoid taking a class is to fight the traffic ticket and win. Or admit you are guilty, pay the fine, and accept the points on your record. These aren’t great options for everybody. Basically, you will need to attend traffic school in two situations. You…

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You got pulled over and now you have to decide whether to pay the speeding ticket or fight it. The traffic courts, DMV, and other agencies won’t always make it easy to fight your ticket. Don’t let that stop you! Traffic tickets, from a minor moving violation to a high speeding ticket, can cause a…