Fight your Seminole County Traffic Ticket

Traffic Ticket Lawyers ◦ Seminole County Traffic Ticket

Skubiak & Rivas, P.A. is centrally located in Orange County Florida. However, we are adjacent to Seminole County and many of our cases are for Seminole County traffic infractions. Contact us today (407) 894-4449.

We have served the Seminole County community since 1992.

We cover all the cities in Seminole County, including: Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford and Winter Springs. If you have received a speeding ticket or DUI in any of these cities, then contact us today to help. We offer free consultations (407) 894-4449.

Recent Ticket? – Fight It With Ticket Lawyers Florida

Traffic Ticket Lawyers ◦ Traffic Ticket Florida

Being pulled over and then receiving traffic tickets Florida, is certainly no way to have a good day – especially if you are from out of state. The good news, though, is that whether you live locally or out of state, you are entitled to an advocate with ticket lawyers Florida.

The cost of traffic tickets Florida is really more than you might think. You have the three-fold possibility of a hefty fine, points against your license, and your auto insurance may increase. Of course, if you have had other tickets recently, the potential cost to you is even greater.

Ready To Fight Your Traffic Tickets Florida For You

The law offices of Skubiak & Rivas, P.A., ticket lawyers Florida, are ready to help you with any traffic tickets Florida. Since 1993, we have already provided legal defense for thousands with traffic tickets Florida. Through the years we have gladly helped many to get their tickets dropped, and reduced many fines.

If you need to contest your traffic tickets Florida, or just want more information about our services, we invite you to contact our law offices at Skubiak & Rivas, P.A. We welcome your call to ticket lawyers Florida. We will be glad to discuss with you how we will aggressively fight your traffic tickets Florida today. Initial consultations are free. Call (407) 894-4449.

Fight Your Speeding Ticket

Traffic Courts, DMV and other agencies don’t always make things easy for people. Sometimes they are simply understaffed and unable to take the time to assist. Sometimes their rules and procedures are not clear. Some industry insiders even suggest they purposely keep things confusing (unsure what to do or how to do it, people are less likely to fight and more likely to pay). Ultimately, a person who is having difficulty figuring out what to do and how to do it is more likely to enlist the assistance of an attorney.

Why fight traffic tickets?

Why fight traffic tickets? Traffic tickets, from a minor moving violation to a high speeding ticket, can cause a multitude of problems.

Points added to your driver license

Most states have some version of a point system to measure how good (or bad) a driver is and most states have a maximum point limit at which they will suspend and/or revoke your driver license.

Higher insurance payments

Convictions, even if they carry no driver license points, make a motorist a greater risk to insure and therefore subject to higher insurance rates. To learn more about automobile insurance, click here.

High fines, surcharges and assessments

Traffic ticket convictions come with fines and court surcharges that in many cases are greater than the fine itself. Many states also have assessment programs that charge additional fees based on point accumulation. The current state of the economy isn’t helping as many jurisdictions have been rapidly and severely increasing these penalties in efforts to raise revenue.

Driver license suspension

Either due to a specific type of violation or an accumulation of points, convictions can lead to suspension of your driver license. Failure to take care of a traffic ticket in a timely fashion may lead to driver license suspension as well. To learn more about driver license suspensions, click here.

Driver license revocation

Convictions for certain types of violations can lead to full revocation of your driver license. Driver license revocation usually means you’ll need to reapply for a license from scratch. To learn more about driver license revocations, click here.


If you drive under an employer’s insurance policy, accumulation of points makes you a greater insurance risk and could result in your termination. Any problems at all with a Commercial driver license can quickly and easily lead to employment issues. To learn more about CDL, click here.

Arrest Warrants

If you fail to answer a traffic ticket on time, some courts will issue a warrant to compel you to appear.

Permanent Criminal Record and/or Imprisonment

While most traffic tickets are considered violations, more serious offenses may actually be considered misdemeanors. Misdemeanors are criminal offenses and may affect your employment, immigration or other status. Some are punishable by jail.

Remember … these are all potential problems related to traffic tickets. Every situation is different and will always be a combination of the offense(s) you’ve been charged with, your driving history, the particular state and court you are answering to, etc.