Danil (Daniel) Slovak Founder of TheParalegal.ca
Daniel has more than 5 years of experience in the field. His excellent track record and professionalism has been utilized by spending countless hours in the Toronto court rooms fighting for his clients rights. Daniel focuses on representation for complex cases and appeals in the Ontario Court system under the Provincial Offenses Act as well as Immigration law.
Our company provides traffic ticket defense services that can eliminate charges that involve driving with a suspended license, speeding, driving without auto insurance, executing stunts when operating a vehicle, running a red light or a stop sign, leaving the scene of an accident and making a left turn at an intersection with a red light. We also provide services in small claims court, immigration and criminal charges. Trust is the only thing matters in our company we will disclose all the outcomes in your specific case before your retain us. We want to help you make the right decision.
Failing To Fight
According to several studies, more than 98 percent of individuals who have been charged with a minor traffic violation in the United States or Canada do not dispute the infraction in a court, and more than 57 percent of people do not even go in front of a judge and opt to pay the fine on the city’s website or over the phone.
Understanding The Points
In Toronto and the surrounding area, three tickets will cause most drivers to lose their auto insurance. A traffic violation can add two points to seven points to an individual’s driving record, and if a driver accumulates nine points, the person’s license will be suspended for 60 days.
The vast majority of drivers do not realize that courts need to have absolute proof that a traffic violation occurred before they can legally impose a fine. When providing traffic ticket help, our highly experienced experts will require police officers to provide physical evidence to validate every claim in court, and if they don’t possess some type of proof, we will motion to have the case dismissed.
For certain infractions, such as driving with a suspended license and performing stunts while driving, courts are able to impose fees of up to $10,000. Additionally, a repeat offender’s license could be suspended for a time period of six months for these charges.