Sometimes people get traffic tickets for ignoring a stop sign or running a red light, but sometimes they’re given tickets after an accident with another vehicle.
Luckily, our team at Crescent City Law is here to help you fight those types of tickets, too, including:
- Careless operation of a vehicle
- Failure to follow traffic signs
- Following another vehicle too closely
- Failure to Yield
- DUI / DWI
But we need a few initial pieces of information from you to get started fighting for you on your case. Here’s what we need:
- Copy of your ticket
This will have your ticket number, the due date, and which court you’re dealing with.
- Insurance information
If you have insurance, a copy of your insurance card will be helpful in your case.
- Medical documents
Were you injured? All information from all relevant hospital visits is necessary, as well.
A restitution letter shows the prosecution that you or your insurance company has reviewed the facts surrounding the accident and decided who was at fault in terms of civil liability.
In a restitution letter, your insurance typically denies liability to the other driver in a car accident for one of a few reasons:
- your insurance company’s investigation determines you were free from fault
- the other driver doesn’t have insurance
- your insurance company may deny liability, but they won’t admit why
Your health, freedom, and finances are important to you and Crescent City Law is here to support you. If you or a loved one received a traffic ticket…