Is The Traffic Citation Important to Your Accident Claim?

The question often arises as to whether evidence of a traffic citation is admissible in support of the injury claim when bringing a claim for injury resulting from an accident. Generally speaking, in the absence of the other driver’s guilty plea to the traffic offense evidence of the traffic citation issued by the officer is generally inadmissible in the claim for injury. If the driver pleads guilty to the citation, then the citation can become evidence in support of your claim.
TED MORGAN LAW will use expertise gained from years working on criminal cases involving DUI, reckless driving, and misdemeanor cases, to advance your claim for injury when the other driver receives a citation.
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