A traffic conviction in North Carolina can result in points being assigned against your license as well as your insurance. For example, a conviction at a speed of 70 in a 55 m.p.h. zone will result In two insurance points in this state. Each insurance point can result in an insurance cost increase of at least 15%. These points normally affect a driver’s insurance for a 3 year period. If you are convicted for speeding more than 15 m.p.h. over the posted speed limit, then your North Carolina driving privilege is normally automatically suspended for 30 days.

Our law firm regularly handles all types of traffic violations. In most cases our clients never need to be present in court. We strongly recommend that you take immediate measures to avoid the possible costly consequences of an increase in your insurance.
If you are from outside North Carolina, then you may want to check with a local attorney in your state concerning the effect of a North Carolina traffic conviction on your insurance and license. North Carolina shares conviction information with numerous states. If you have already retained an attorney, then please disregard this communication.

If you are interested in retaining our services, we would be happy to discuss your case during our regular office hours from 8:30 AM until 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday, at our Wilkesboro office, or you can call 667-1441 or 667-6101. Also, feel free to use our Nationwide Toll Free Number (1-800-705-0777).