San Antonio No Auto Insurance Ticket Defense Attorney
Have you received a traffic ticket for failure to maintain financial responsibility (FMFR), also referred to as ”no insurance” traffic ticket? Failure to maintain insurance can lead to state surcharges and driver’s license suspension in the state of Texas.
If you had insurance on the date of the offense you are entitled to a dismissal without any fees. A no insurance traffic ticket is probably the most serious due to the substantial fine and the consequences a conviction can have. San Antonio police officers can actually have your vehicle towed if you are not covered.
The Law Offices of Bell & White will help you understand Texas Transportation code for liability insurance if you have been cited for no insurance:
Sec. 601.051. REQUIREMENT OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. A person may not operate a motor vehicle in this state unless financial responsibility is established for that vehicle
Sec. 601.053. EVIDENCE OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. (a) As a condition of operating in this state a motor vehicle to which Section 601.051 applies, the operator of the vehicle on request shall provide to a peace officer, as defined by Article 2.12, Code of Criminal Procedure, or a person involved in an accident with the operator evidence of financial responsibility
No Insurance Ticket Defense Lawyer
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced driving with no insurance defense lawyer at Bell & White email or call us today White: 210-374-6292 | Bell: 210-584-8538 | Del Rio: 830-212-7382.