Have You Been Charged or Accused of a Hit and Run And Want a Free Consultation With a Relentless, Experienced Orlando Defense Attorney to Help Resolve Your Case Quickly so You Can Start Driving Again Freely And Not Have to Rely on Others or Public Transportation to Get Around?
Why Choose Rivas Law Firm to Resolve Your Suspended License Case:
- Nearly 30 years of combined experience
- We have defended countless clients against even the most serious of charges.
- With our help, our clients have been able to avoid such penalties as jail, fines, community service, probation, and more.
- We are highly reviewed and rated (see some of our reviews below)
We have a bilingual staff [Spanish-English]
Experienced attorneys will handle your case from beginning to end — NOT paralegals or inexperienced associates
All our clients receive personalized attention
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About Hit and Run / Leaving the Scene of an Accident:
Hit and run, also called leaving the scene of an accident, is a criminal offense that occurs when a driver is involved in an auto accident and intentionally flees the scene without rendering medical aid, contacting the authorities or exchanging driver/contact information with the other driver/s involved. Depending on whether the Orlando auto accident involved property damage, injury or death, the penalties for a hit and run conviction may vary.
For hit and run causing injury, a defendant may face third degree felony charges and the following maximum penalties: up to 15 years in prison and $10,000 in fines. For hit and run causing property damage only, an Orlando driver may face second degree misdemeanor charges and up to 60 days in jail and up to $500 in fines. The penalties that may be enforced for your unique case may vary, so it is important to talk to a criminal attorney about your individual charges.
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How To Get Your Florida Drivers License Reinstated After It’s Suspended
Having a driver license suspension is not only stressful but can have wide reaching consequences if your case is not resolved for the best outcome possible under the circumstances and evidence. While some people try the do-it-yourself approach, making the investment in hiring an expert defense attorney in these cases can often accelerate you getting on the road again legally so you can once again enjoy the freedom to drive and have the ability to work and generate more income and not rely on others or public transportation to get you around Orlando. Don’t wait or just hope for the best. Request a free consultation with your Central Florida / Orlando Lawyers at Rivas Law in Winter Park FL now to get informed of your options and potential for appeal, reinstatement or hardship license so you can move forward to resolve this situation you are in.