Researching Virginia Traffic Lawyers
There are many considerations to be mindful of when choosing the professional who will represent you in the court of law. The most respected Virginia traffic lawyers are able to demonstrate knowledge of traffic defense issues, issues including but not limited to:
- DMV demerit points (including what it may mean if you are an out-of-state driver);
- the penalties and possible outcomes you face;
- what to expect on the day of your hearing; and,
- how they have had success in your jurisdiction.
This post is about finding the right Virginia Traffic Lawyer, with a focus upon these factors:
- results and track record
- reviews from real former-clients
- the exclusive defense firm vs. general practitioner debate
Let’s be honest here. One of the most persuasive factors when it comes to selecting your Virginia traffic lawyer is track record. As an example, here are traffic and license-related cases — and results, over the last several months.
Finding Virginia Traffic Lawyers with Results Like These:
RESULTS DEPEND ON FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. NO RESULT SHOULD BE CONSTRUED AS A GUARANTEE OR PREDICTION OF RESULTS.
Virginia Traffic Lawyers vs. General Practitioners
The choice is yours, and everyone has an individual preference. But consider this:
A general practitioner is an attorney who offers services to people with a variety of legal issues. For example, a general practice law firm might offer
- estate planning services,
- divorces and custody representation,
- personal injury, criminal defense,
- landlord/tenant disputes,
- adoptions, etc…
We would not suggest taking such an approach to any attorney setting out to open a firm, and likewise, we do not take that approach, either. We genuinely think it is important to focus our expertise in a single area: criminal (and traffic) defense. Sure, we handle some civil matters, but 99% of the time they relate to a client who we handled a criminal or traffic case for (i.e., expungements and restoration petitions (to restore driving privileges after revocation).
Virginia traffic lawyers and private defense firms, such as Vincenzes Law, PLLC, in Fairfax County, only serveclients with criminal and traffic matters arising in Northern Virginia counties and cities.
Suggestion: Make a Short List of Virginia Traffic Lawyers
You may want to do some research online to discover the local authority in your city. Look for lawyers and law firms with attorneys who provide the most helpful information and demonstrated expertise, from their presence and authoritativeness in the community and in media, including online.
You should also look into various review/ratings sites, if possible. Some firms in Fairfax County and Northern Virginia have helpful Google Local Business ratings from real former-clients.
reviewing Virginia traffic lawyers on your short list:
Avvo is a popular site where people can ask questions and Virginia traffic lawyers will respond.
Other places you can find out a lot about the law firm you are considering:
Free Consultation with Virginia Traffic Lawyers a Reality?
Yes. Many private defense firms in Northern Virginia offer a free, no-cost and no-obligation consultation. As a modern firm, we at Vincenzes Law believe in giving people options: contact us today via online message to schedule a consultation online; call us at 703.665.3719703.665.3719 to schedule an in-person meeting; or, call to schedule a phone-consultation first. We know your journey may involve researching laws, various firms or Virginia traffic lawyers, and asking around. We invite you to do all three, and hope your search leads you back to us. We are confident it is very possible.
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