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Q: Got arrested for suspended license never notified ried profusely to pay. And now I find out it's still affecting ins


Going back several years, three I believe. This was the winter when buffalo got record snowfall. Five feet. I obviously didn't drive when it was down like that but even as the roads cleared they were messy. I had three accidents over the next year or two including a speeding ticket in buffalo. Obviously USAA cancelled my policy. The accidents were all minor but I guess that makes no difference. Even if there was no damage to y car or another(others They really all were minor because I wasn't smart enough to put snow tires on with enough weight in the back of the truck) anyway that doesn't matter. It was mostly the ticket.

I was driving 190 in buffalo and yes I was speeding because I had to get off at the next exi. Again doesn't matter. Went to the court date to plead my case. Judge didn't care at all and hit me with the full ticket and fine. I only had $150 on me so I. Requested two weeks to get the $225 250 I needed. They gave me a full month.

So I had the full

1 Lawyer Answer
Zev Goldstein
Zev Goldstein
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • New City, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Your story got cut off. Try posting the relevant parts.

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