Any driver involved in an accident can be ticketed under Illinois traffic laws for a variety of offenses ranging from failure to yield, failure to reduce speed, following too closely up to offenses such as negligent or reckless driving or reckless homicide. Being accused of causing a traffic accident can lead to many different negative effect such as convictions on your driving record, liability for property damage and injuries caused, increased auto insurance rates and even criminal charges in some cases. Mishandling of traffic accident cases can also make you an easy target for civil lawsuits, justified or not.
At Fagan Fagan & Davis, a Chicago traffic accident defense attorney can evaluate your case and can defend you against charges or accusations resulting from a motor vehicle accident that you were involved in. In times like these, having an experienced and aggressive attorney on your side will make all the difference in the outcome of your case. The traffic attorneys at our Chicago firm are qualified to help clients facing accusations of causing any type of traffic accident, including commercial drivers and drivers charged with DUI (driving under the influence).
Chicago Traffic Accidents Defense Attorneys
The penalties resulting from a traffic accident charge in Illinois are very severe. You could face extensive costs from fees and fines and traffic school, not to mention the possible suspension of your driver's license from convictions on your driving record and higher insurance rates. At Fagan Fagan & Davis, it is our goal to provide our clients with the excellent representation from a traffic violation defense lawyer who will make a difference in the outcome of their cases. Our attorneys will use their knowledge of Illinois Vehicle Codes, traffic laws and criminal laws in order to protect our clients' rights in any and every possible way. If you are charged with causing a traffic accident, you could face license suspension, jail time, fines, court fees, traffic school and community service, so it is important to retain a lawyer's services to these penalties can be avoided.