Auto Accident Lawyers in Tampa Explain the Risks of Driving on a Suspended License
The auto accident lawyers at Clark & Martino, P.A. urge all drivers to keep their licenses in good status. All 15 million of us in Florida who drive must adhere to a variety of requirements before we are allowed onto the road – pass a driving test, have good vision, register our vehicle, and buy insurance. However, the state can always suspend our license under certain circumstances. Driving is a privilege not a right, and driving without a license or on a license that has been suspended is an illegal act that can – and often does – increase the likelihood of harm. At Clark & Martino, our auto accident lawyers are prepared to handle your case when driving on a suspended licensed has led to somebody getting hurt.
Most importantly, you’re going to want a firm that can help you recover financial compensation for your injuries, property damage, and more.
Clark & Martino is a nationally recognized trial law firm that has over 100 years of combined experience helping clients obtain money for:
- Surgery expenses
- Automotive repair
- Lost wages
- Long-term care
Driving on a suspended license is a crime in and of itself, and it can be a felony or a misdemeanor depending on the circumstances. In addition to being skilled auto accident lawyers, the team at Clark & Martino is qualified to handle your case whether it involves a suspended license, a revoked license, or any other related issue.
Contact the law offices of Clark & Martino today. Several of our lawyers are Florida board certified, so you can expect to receive top quality legal services from professionals who can deliver results.