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Long Island Injury Law Firm of Siben & Siben LLP
Siben & Siben LLP
90 East Main Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
(631) 665-3400
Siben & Siben Long Island Uninsured Defense Lawyers

Have you been ticketed for driving without auto insurance? If so, then you need to contact a Long Island no insurance defense lawyer right away after being charged with this offense.  In addition to marring your driving record, a conviction of driving without insurance is serious and can have other lasting ramifications, including:

  • Suspension or revocation of your driving privileges
  • Steep fines that can range from $500 to $1000 or more, plus court costs
  • Elevated insurance premiums or loss of insurability

And in addition to these outcomes, a conviction can also necessitate the need for you to meet with a probation officer on a period basis, usually every month.  During these meetings, you will be required to submit proof of current insurance and pay a fee to the probation officer.

An aggressive defense of your driving without insurance charge can help you to gain an acquittal to the charges. A seasoned and experienced Long Island no insurance defense lawyer can handle your no insurance case easily, quickly pinpointing common holes in the case against you. Oftentimes, the best defense against a no insurance charge may be:

  • The police were in violation of your rights when they pulled you over.
  • You believed that the automobile had insurance under a different policy.
  • You had moved to New York from a state where insurance was not required.
  • You were driving someone else’s car and had no knowledge that insurance was not being maintained on the vehicle.
  • You were not actually operating the vehicle that was ticketed for no insurance.
  • Your insurance was cancelled and you never received notice.

No matter the circumstances of your particular driving without insurance charge, Siben & Siben Long Island no insurance defense lawyers are here to help.  In many instances, we effectively argue for dismissal of the charges or a reduced, lesser charge.