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We Take Traffic Offenses As Seriously As You Should

If you have received a traffic violation, one of the biggest mistakes you can make is simply accepting it instead of fighting it. Why not just pay the fine and move on? Because the penalties against you will add up quickly, putting your driving privileges at risk.

At Bauer, Scanlon & Wigginton, we do not underestimate the severity of traffic offenses – and neither should you. With more than 25 years of combined legal experience in Pennsylvania law, our attorneys are prepared to shield you from the consequences of traffic tickets and other offenses such as:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving on a suspended or revoked license
  • Driving under the influence
  • Passing a school bus
  • Speeding in a construction zone

If you attempt to handle a violation on your own, you have a much lower likelihood of success than if you work with a criminal defense lawyer who handles traffic issues. We are capable of attending municipal court hearings on your behalf. We negotiate tirelessly to get the ticket dismissed or have your punishment reduced.

What Are The Penalties?

Many people underestimate the long-lasting impact that cumulative traffic offenses can have. Some of the pitfalls that you face include:

  1. Points added to your license
  2. Expensive fines
  3. Increased insurance premiums
  4. Suspension or revocation of your driver’s license

Our lawyers used to work as prosecutors and public defenders. We have seen firsthand the negative impact that people suffer because of traffic tickets. You might not be able to drive to your job or pick up your children from school. That’s why it is crucial to have us represent you aggressively.

Do Not Accept Traffic Tickets – Get Our Help

You can rely on Bauer, Scanlon & Wigginton for traffic ticket defense that can make the difference between losing your license or keeping your driving privileges. Call our office in Media at (610) 590-5092 or send us an email to set up a free, no-risk 30-minute consultation.