While many people assume that protecting yourself with vehicle insurance is optional, the only part that is optional is the level of coverage you choose. It is illegal to drive without insurance in Southfield and statewide, and anyone who does drive without insurance or with invalid or expired insurance can face serious penalties under the Vehicle Code. Grabel & Associates protects those accused of driving without insurance from the harsh penalties that can result, and we know what it takes to win in criminal driver’s license law cases. As soon as you contact our team, we will begin providing you with individualized defense based on the specifics of your situation. We are always available for Southfield’s accused, and can be reached 24/7 even for a free initial case analysis, at no obligation to you. Don’t wait to get in touch with our team, as the best possible result in your Southfield driving without insurance case may only be attainable for a short time period. Act fast to get in contact with a member of our team and begin protecting your freedom.
Scott Grabel founded our firm over a decade ago with the goal of making premier-level defense available to those accused of all types of criminal offenses in Southfield and statewide. Over the past 10 years and more, our team has been trusted to deliver exceptional results in even the most complex and difficult cases, including driver’s license and vehicle insurance related cases. Contact our firm right now and learn more about our proven approach to criminal defense and how we can help you in your unique case. We are available 24/7 by phone or online to start walking you through the steps you need to take in order to be successful in your legal battle.
Driving without insurance is actually a very serious offense, and in many cases can lead to more serious penalties than charges for driving without a license. With possible jail time, fines, driver’s license points, and a criminal record on the line, it is important that anyone accused of driving uninsured in Southfield do everything possible to avoid conviction.
In addition to the criminal penalties that result from uninsured driving conviction, there are many administrative and financial penalties that can come from driving without valid insurance. If you are involved in an accident, you will have to pay all of your own medical and vehicle damage expenses, even if you were not at fault, and will not be able to sue for pain and suffering. While you normally could have vehicle repairs and medical expenses reimbursed, or at worst have the wages of the at-fault party garnished, you will lose all these rights if you drive without insurance. In addition, driving in the future could be more expensive, as you will likely be labeled a high-risk driver and have to pay a hefty insurance rate. You can also be sued for the medical or vehicle expenses of another person if involved in an accident, and won’t have an insurance company to go to bat for you if it is deemed to be your fault. The team at Grabel & Associates will develop a comprehensive defense strategy to protect you from all of the different consequences you can face if you are accused of driving without insurance or if you drove without insurance and have been involved in an accident. Contact our team now to get started.
If you drive uninsured, you could face the following penalties:
If you drive with false or fabricated insurance, you could face all these penalties, except the potential fine increases to $1,000.
Fight back with the Grabel & Associates team on your side, our team is standing by to take your call and connect you with a qualified attorney who can guide you through your case.
Our attorneys know how to win criminal cases, but are also experienced in driver’s license law and administrative cases, and know how to protect you from all angles as you face an onslaught of potential consequences. We will walk you through every step of your case and never leave you feeling as if your situation is out of your control.
Fight back against jail time and fines with our talented team. Call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free initial case consultation or contact us online to learn more about the steps you should be taking to protect yourself if you have been accused of driving without insurance in Southfield.