Traffic Offenses Can Have Big Consequences
A traffic offense can feel like a small thing. However, under certain circumstances, something as small as not having proof of insurance on you can easily become much larger. If this happens to you, you might be looking at the inability to drive. However, that doesn’t have to be the end of it.
At Sam Shapiro Law Office, Attorney Shapiro has helped many individuals who are in need of specialized driving privileges. Along with the rest of our team, he works with clients to ensure that their interests are protected and they are able to resume normal activity with the help of specialized driving privileges.
You Have Options, No Matter The Situation
There are several ways you can lose your license:
- Repeated small offenses, like tickets
- Drunk driving, chemical test failure (failing a breath or blood test), or refusing a chemical test
- Failure to pay fines
- Inability to produce proof of insurance
- Habitual traffic violators
Depending on the circumstance, you may have your license suspended or taken away. Indiana law does allow for specialized driving privileges, allowing individuals with suspended licenses to continue driving. The law may also allow driving with an ignition interlock device. The remedy can vary based on the situation, but attorney Shapiro has more than four decades of experience handling criminal offenses, and will easily be able to design a strategy to restore your right to drive.
Contact The Firm Today For Help
To speak with Attorney Shapiro or another team member, reach out via phone at 812-336-8192, or send us an online message through our contact form. We will respond as promptly as possible and set up a time to talk.