Why hire an Alabama speeding ticket lawyer?
Won’t it just cost more?
Simple: to save a lot of money.
Most Alabama speeding tickets will cost you anywhere from $1200-$5000 over 3-5 years!
The Smith Law Firm can save this money for you.
Also: No points, No record, and No court appearance.
Don’t pay that Alabama speeding citation until you first call traffic ticket lawyer Reggie Smith at 205-394-4252 to discuss your options.
Great job in having my arrest warrant lifted
Thanks for a great job in having my arrest warrant lifted and cleaning up my drivers suspension.
Thanks for your help
I was in a rush to see my sick mother and got a ticket. Thanks for your help.
It was a seamless process and he saved us a ton of money by handling it.
Attorney Smith was fantastic with our citation. Our daughter received it traveling back to Tuscaloosa. It was a seamless process and he saved us a ton of money by handling it. I would highly recommend using him. Sincerely I am!
Rick - Wake Forest, NC
For over 30 years The Smith Law Firm has been helping Alabama motorists by providing legal representation for speeding tickets.
Your driving record is extremely valuable, though most people don’t realize this. The premiums you pay for your Alabama auto insurance are based on multiple variables. By far, the single most important variable is your driving record at DMV. Any speeding violation convictions, even for minor infractions, will show up on your driving record as a reason for the auto insurance companies to raise their rates and charge you higher premiums.
Once the insurance company has raised your rates, they will stay elevated for 3-5 (sometimes 7!) years. Over this time, you will literally pay thousands of dollars in additional premiums for the same auto insurance policy. When the Smith Law Firm is successful in reducing or eliminating your Alabama speeding citation, your insurance company will not have any reason to raise the premiums they charge you. The money you spend on legal representation now will save you many times more money later.
This reasoning can be verified if you to call your Alabama insurance agent and ask them what effect a traffic court conviction will have on your car insurance premium rates. They will be honest enough to admit that traffic tickets raise automobile insurance premiums; its that simple.
Even life insurance premiums are affected by speeding ticket convictions. Your driving record has a direct impact on the the premium quotes you are given when applying for life insurance.
How your driving record appears affects how you will be treated when facing court prosecution for any future tickets. Prosecutors consider your driving history when contemplating plea bargains to reduce and drop charges, and Judges look at driving records when determining fine amounts at sentencing. Keeping your record clean makes you eligible for more lenient treatment by Judges and Prosecutors. It is only logical.
Unlike other speeding/traffic defense attorneys and lawyers who chose to focus on several areas of law and are sometimes spread thin, the Smith Law firm has a practice emphasis on traffic tickets, auto accidents, DUI’s and violations of Alabama’s Rules of the Road. This has allowed the Smith Law firm to develop a deeper understanding of traffic procedures and case law in Alabama.
Reginald Smith has been an attorney for over 30 years and has represented clients in thousands of cases. He has helped Alabama drivers avoid auto insurance premium increases, missed work, and travel expenses since they don’t have to go to court themselves. He will go to court for you and fight to keep your speeding ticket off your driving record.
I encourage you to please fill out the free consulatation form on this website. Once I know the specifics of your Alabama speeding ticket case I will be able to better serve your needs.
Thank you for your extraordinary service! I have received a copy of my dismissal. I am a retired State of Michigan Court of Appeals Judge and you could give most of the attorneys I have worked with lessons in efficiency and client service! Needless to say, if I hear of anyone requiring legal services, I will tell them “Call Reggie!”
Barbara C. – Retired State of Michigan Appeals Court Judge
Nov. 21, 2016