DUI and Traffice Violations

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Experienced, Convenient Help Contesting Ohio Traffic Violations

Many people, when faced with a speeding ticket or any other traffic citation, simply pay the fine because they assume that contesting the matter would be too expensive or a waste of time. While this is true in certain cases, there are plenty of times when contesting a traffic violation actually saves you money on fines, license points and higher insurance premiums.

I am Richard C. Lombardi, an attorney practicing in Ohio for more than four decades. I can help you protect your driving record and reduce your future expenses by fighting to have traffic violations dismissed or reduced and kept off of your record. In many cases, I can appear in court on your behalf so that you don’t need to miss work or other obligations.

Attorney Lombardi proudly extends his services for traffic cases to the following counties:

I am proud to extend my services relating to Traffic Violations in order to help more people. Due to the many changes Ohio is facing, I am also able to perform these services ALL contactless. My main goal is to achieve the best possible outcome and result, but also to provide my services with a high regard to the safety of everyone involved.

I am licensed for Traffic Violations in the following counties and courts:

1. Portage County: Kent Municipal Court; Ravenna Municipal Court

2. Summit County: Akron Municipal Court; Barberton Municipal Court; Stow Municipal Court

3. Trumbell County: Newton Falls Municipal Court; Trumbull County Central District Court; Warren Municipal Court

If you get served ANY Traffic Violation within the following counties; don't hesitate to give me a call and I'll get working on your case right away - all by phone for safety and convenience!

The Plain And Hidden Costs Of Penalty Points On Your License

Something as small as running a stop sign can put two points on your license. Other offenses are more serious, such as street racing, which puts six points on your license. All offenses within a two-year period have cumulative point values, and accruing 12 or more points in 24 months can result in license suspension.

What most people fail to consider is how points impact their insurance premiums. Companies base rates on a number of factors, including and especially your driving record. If an insurer has a good excuse to charge you more money (because of traffic violations), it typically will raise your premiums.

Are you a commercial driver? If so, a clean record is even more important. Traffic violations and license points could cost you your job.

The bottom line: if you want to keep your license intact and avoid paying more for the same insurance coverage, it is often worth your time and expense to work with a traffic violations defense attorney.

Let Me Handle The Details – Contact Me Today

Contesting a traffic violation doesn’t need to be expensive or time-consuming. I can do most of the work for you, often with the need for you to appear in court. I serve clients in Portage County and neighboring areas of central Ohio.

Please check out my "Answered" section tab to view my blogs on the real truth behind DUI tests, when can a field sobriety test become illegal and traffic stops without a warrant. Before you seek a lawyer, know the truths about these topics to better understand how I can help you win!

To learn more about how I can help you protect your license and keep costs low, call my office in Ravenna at (330) 296-5252 or fill out my online contact form.

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240 S. Chestnut St. Suite B. Ravenna, OH 44266

(330) 296-5252

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Richard C. Lombardi

While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. To schedule a free consultation with an attorney, please call or email us today.

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