You Got A Ticket
That Doesn't Mean You're At Fault
- The Ticketed Party Is Often Not An Issue In Any Case
- Many People Are Wrongfully Ticketed
- We Helped Many People Faulted By Police Recover Substantial Sums of Money
- Police May Decide Fault Without Fully Investigating The Accident
Were You Injured?
Did you report "no injuries"?
Often, if one person is badly injured and taken from the scene in an ambulance for medical attention, the police officer may decide fault without ever talking to all the parties involved. So, proving who was at fault in your accident case does NOT have anything to do with “who got the ticket.” In one case, a police officer ticketed our client for turning in front of another vehicle. As in most cases, the officer was NOT present and had NO direct evidence to decide who was at fault. In that case, what the officer did not know was that the other driver had his left signal on as he approached our client, moved into the left turn lane opposite our client; and, at the last moment decided to continue straight ahead AFTER our client started to turn left…CRASH! Fortunately, our client, who thought we could not help, decided to call our office anyway. It only took our Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, Tony Caggiano, less than a few minutes to help get to the heart of that case. Within months, our client received a substantial settlement that he never thought possible. As he will happily share, “ I am so thankful I made that phone call.”