Traffic Violations Lawyer in Covington, Kentucky

Traffic Violations Lawyer Serving Clients Throughout Kentucky and Ohio

A birds-eye view of heavy traffic at night on an interstate highway If you have been charged with a moving traffic violation in Kentucky, our lawyer will negotiate a deal to minimize the charges and protect you from unnecessary points on your license, high insurance premiums, jail, loss of your commercial drivers license (CDL) or suspension of your drivers license.

Our traffic violation attorney will handle your Kentucky speeding ticket. You may never have to appear in court. Contact our Covington office and arrange a free consultation.  

Attorney Paul J. Dickman is experienced in providing out-of-state clients with defense in Kentucky and Ohio courts against traffic charges including:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving under the influence of controlled substances
  • Driving without an operators license
  • Illegal U-turn
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Running a red light or stop sign
  • Vehicle equipment and mechanical violations
  • Seatbelt and child restraint violations
  • Unlawful vehicle modifications
  • Vehicular manslaughter

We also provide out-of-state representation for Kentucky and Ohio traffic violations

Contact a Traffic Violations Lawyer

Attorney Paul J. Dickman principal from the Dickman Law Office P.S.C. sitting at his deskTraffic violations can not be ignored. If you fail to deal with your ticket properly it may result in a warrant for your arrest. As your lawyer, Mr. Dickman, will carefully consider the evidence against you, and the police procedures utilized. He will then work with the court to set aside the charges, reduce the charges to a non-moving violation, or negotiate an alternative (traffic school).

If you have been arrested or charged with a traffic violation in Kentucky call 800-611-PAUL or contact our Covington firm for a free consultation with an experienced traffic violation lawyer. We serve clients from Covington, Newport, Fort Thomas, and communities throughout Kentucky and Ohio, including those picked up on Interstate 75, I-71, I-471, I-275, and Highway AA.