People generally do not get behind the wheel with the intention of getting into an automobile accident. Individuals who are found to be at fault for causing crashes are rarely criminals.
When a person causes a collision that results in property damage, Utah law requires him or her to exchange information with the party whose property was damaged and notify law enforcement. Depending on the cause of the crash, the at-fault driver will often be issued a ticket for some kind of traffic infraction.
Attorney for Accident Causing Property Damage in Salt Lake City, UT
Were you cited in Utah after allegedly causing a crash that resulted in property damage? Do not admit guilt and pay your fine without first contacting Levitt Legal, PLLC.
Salt Lake City criminal defense lawyer Darren Levitt helps clients accused of various traffic violations all over Salt Lake County, Wasatch County, Morgan County, Weber County, Davis County, Tooele County, Summit County, Box Elder County, Cache County, and Utah County. He can provide a complete evaluation of your case when you call (801) 455-1743 to take advantage of a free, confidential consultation.
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Levitt Legal, PLLC || Salt Lake City Accident Causing Property Damage Defense Lawyer
If you were allegedly at fault for an accident causing property damage in Utah, it will be in your best interest to seek legal representation for help achieving the most favorable outcome to your case. Levitt Legal, PLLC represents clients accused of traffic violations in Taylorsville, South Jordan, Cottonwood Heights, Midvale, West Valley City, West Jordan, Draper, Riverton, Murray, and surrounding areas of Salt Lake County.
Darren Levitt is an experienced criminal defense attorney in Salt Lake City who can fight to possibly get your ticket thrown out or have related criminal charges reduced or dismissed. Call (801) 455-1743 or fill out an online contact form today to have our lawyer review your case and answer all of your legal questions during a free initial consultation.