Why hire a Uniontown traffic or speeding ticket lawyer?
Won’t it just cost more?
Simple: to save a lot of money.
Most Uniontown traffic or 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 Uniontown traffic citation until you first call traffic ticket lawyer Reggie Smith at 205-394-4252 to discuss your options.
Reasonably priced as well!
I am so glad I came across Reggie's name in the Tuscaloosa area. He got me out of a speeding ticket pretty quickly and took the worry away that it may go on my record. I'm so pleased with his quick responses when I had questions and how he kept me up to date through e-mail through every step taken. He's definitely worth giving a call if you need help with a traffic ticket. Reasonably priced as well!
Mallory, Jackson, Mississippi October 25, 2018
Godspeed Reggie and keep up the excellent work!
If you ever find yourself in the state of Alabama and your left foot becomes a little too aggressive, your first call needs to be to Reggie. His services are first rate, comprehensive, efficient, and very fair. Godspeed Reggie and keep up the excellent work!! Best
Regards, Ellis – North Carolina
I recommend that you contact Mr. Reggie Smith
After receiving a speeding ticket in Abbeville, AL on the October 8, 2018, I tried to communicate with the city officials for over a 45 day period. I had enough of frustration plus round around so made the decision to then contacted Mr. Smiths office at 6:30 PM and within 30 minutes he reached out to me. After detailed explanation of what he could do, at 0900 the next morning I had the ticket handled and instruction of how to get it permanently dismissed.If you ever are in the state of Alabama and get a minor ticket violation, I recommend that you contact Mr. Reggie Smith and not even try to go to the local authorities for assistance.
Sincerely, Bryce, Florida, November 20, 2018
The Smith Law Offices can save you thousands by fighting your Uniontown Traffic or Speeding Ticket.
Your driving record is extremely valuable, even though most people don’t realize it. The premium you pay for your insurance is based on multiple variables. By far the most important variable is your driving record. Any conviction, even for minor infractions, can show up on your driving record.
Then your insurance company may raise your rates. They can stay elevated for 3-5 (sometimes 7!) years. Over this time, you may literally pay thousands in additional premiums. If I am successful in reducing or eliminating your Uniontown citation, your insurance company will not raise your premium. This is a simple decision based on plain economics.
To verify this, you can call your Uniontown insurance agent to ask them what effect a conviction will have on your premium. The Smith Law Offices can save you thousands.
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 or traffic ticket off your driving record.
As an experienced traffic ticket attorney, my client’s Uniontown traffic tickets often are dismissed. If your traffic ticket is not dismissed, Reggie can often work to arrange for a pre-trial diversion so the ticket will not increase your insurance rates.
The Smith Law Offices helps Uniontown motorists with legal representation with many types of traffic tickets and violations including:
Failure to Yield
CDL – Commercial Drivers
Following too Close
Too Fast for Conditions
Obstructing an Intersection
Speeding in a School Zone