Traffic Violations

Have you received a traffic violation?

People ask us often if they really need an attorney for a simple speeding ticket. Paying an Eatmon Law Firm attorney upfront will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in future insurance rates, not to mention the time you miss work or school to appear in court. Simply mailing in your payment as directed on your citation will almost always result in your insurance rates increasing. Just one (1) point on your license, which a speeding ticket for 10 mph over is worth, can cause your insurance rates to increase by 25%. Four (4) points, which a ticket is worth for speeding in excess of 75 mph when the speed limit is less than 70 mph, can cause an 80% increase.

Learn more about insurance points at Our attorneys are knowledgeable about traffic laws and will work to make sure your ticket has the least impact on you as possible. With an attorney from Eatmon Law Firm, you can rest easier at night knowing your traffic case is being handled by a true professional and you likely will not have to step foot into a courtroom.

Serving the following counties: Durham County, Franklin County, Granville County & Wake County.

If you have recently received a traffic ticket, contact us today!

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