Driving Without Insurance
In order to register and legally operate a vehicle in Ohio, motorists are required to maintain auto insurance. This requirement is in place to protect all drivers in the event of an accident. Driving without motor vehicle insurance can lead to a number of serious problems. The most obvious consequence is that, if you are in an accident, you are personally responsible for damages. Additionally, if you are ever cited for a traffic offense and do not have insurance, your license could be suspended.
Driving without insurance can lead to a seemingly unending series of suspensions and reinstatement fees. The best hope of avoiding such a situation is, of course, to maintain insurance at all times. However, it is understandable that people inadvertently miss a payment or forget to renew their policy. If such a situation arises and you have been cited, it is important to avoid any case resolution which entails a license suspension.
What can Akamine Law do for me?
If you were cited with a traffic offense and had no insurance coverage, it’s in your best interest to hire an attorney experienced in traffic law. We can either seek a dismissal or negotiate a plea that preserves your license. Call Akamine Law to schedule a free case review.
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