Defense From Traffic Violations That Threaten Your Job
With new state and federal trucking regulations added each year, it can be difficult to remain up to date on what threatens you most. As a commercial truck driver, keeping your record clean can make the difference between having a job and not. When sited for a regulation violation you need a lawyer you can trust to make sure it doesn’t impact your livelihood.
This is where I come in, James M. Wagman. With more than three decades of experience in traffic law, I can help you avoid additional penalties and expensive fines.
For your convenience, you can reach me online or over the phone at 518-291-4803 to schedule a no-cost consultation to discuss your legal concerns.
Protecting Your License And Your Livelihood
Even though you may be trained to know and understand common trucking regulations, the nuances of these laws can sometimes escape those who are more used to transporting goods than studying the law. Fortunately, I do study the law, and I’m well-versed in the commercial traffic regulations of New York state and the federal government. If you were pulled over while driving through upstate New York, I can help you defend your rights and license against:
- Size and weight violations
- Logbook violations
- Maintenance violations
- Equipment violations
- Hazardous materials violations
When The Stakes Are High
For commercial truck drivers any traffic infraction, whether on or off the clock, may affect your job and livelihood. I use all my experience and resources to make certain all my clients get the representation they deserve and the protection they need. When your job is threatened by a regulation violation I can be there to protect your CDL.
Experienced Help Whether You Were On The Job Or Not
CDL holders and commercial truck drivers are required to report all traffic offenses to their employers within 30 days. Don’t let traffic infractions while on personal time affect your job.
Contact my office before it’s too late and let me work to minimize the damage done to your career. For a free case consultation, call 518-291-4803.