A Car Accident Doesn’t Mean You Broke The Law

A South Carolina Lawyer At Your Side For Accident-Related Traffic Violations

Car accidents can be life-changing events. While you may feel responsible for an accident, you should still consider challenging your traffic violation charge. Your involvement in an auto accident doesn't automatically mean you have violated the law.

Paying your ticket or pleading guilty could unnecessarily expose you to points on your driving record that can lead to increased insurance rates and even driver's license suspension.

Criminal problems can arise as well, especially if you are cited for an alleged traffic violation that supposedly caused the accident.

Former Police Officer, Prosecutor

Our founding attorney, Ray Lord, has helped many individuals in Columbia and from out of state handle citations related to auto accidents.

As a former police officer and prosecutor, he is uniquely situated. He knows both sides of the law to pursue the best possible outcome for you.

While you recover from injuries suffered in the accident or deal with a possible personal injury claim, Ray will handle all aspects of your criminal case. You may not even have to appear in court.

He possesses an in-depth knowledge of traffic law and handles violations that include:

Seeking The Best Outcome For You

From getting charges dismissed to negotiating outcomes that reduce points on tickets, we will do everything in our power at Lord Law Firm, LLC, to limit your exposure to the consequences of a traffic violations conviction.

If your license has been suspended as a result of past traffic offenses, we can work to achieve the reinstatement of your driving privileges.

Before paying a fine or pleading guilty, talk to an attorney who will protect your rights and interests. Call 803-407-4140 for a free consultation today.