Driving Without Insurance? A Union County Attorney To Help You.

If you have been arrested for driving without insurance, you are facing serious consequences and dealing with a traffic charge that is extremely difficult to defend.

The penalties for driving without insurance are severe: a mandatory one-year loss of license and a mandatory $300 to $1,000 fine. A second offense carries a mandatory 14 days in jail, 30 days community service, a fine of up to $5,000 and a mandatory two-year loss of license. There is also a $250 surcharge each year for three years.

When your license is eventually reinstated, you will find it extremely expensive to obtain insurance with a conviction on your record.

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It is important to seek skilled legal representation in order to minimize the negative consequences of the arrest. Our attorney, Mark M. Cheser, has successfully represented clients throughout Central New Jersey who were arrested for driving without insurance.

Please contact our law office to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation.

We will investigate the facts of the case. Were you under the impression that you had insurance coverage? Had you sent in your premium, but haven't yet received an insurance card? Were you notified as required by law? Was it your car?

Often, driving without insurance is one of many charges in a traffic violations case that may also include DWI, speeding and driving on a suspended license. Our criminal defense lawyer will negotiate with the prosecutor to get as many charges as possible dismissed or reduced.

Do not assume that your situation is beyond hope. Put our strength, knowledge and over 35 years of experience on your side.