Retain the legal representation of New Orleans traffic and speeding ticket lawyer Paul Massa to save a lot of money.
Most New Orleans traffic or speeding tickets will cost you anywhere from $1200-$5000 over 3-5 years!
Do not pay your New Orleans traffic ticket until after you have contacted Attorney Paul Massa at 504-975-6606 for a free consultation regarding your options.
No points will be reported to DMV, and the ticket will not appear on your driving record.
No court appearance will be required of you.
IT IS EASY TO START THE FREE CONSULTATION PROCESS:
1. To begin, please fill out the FREE CONSULTATION FORM
or call 504-975-6606
2. When I receive your information through my website form, I email message to you an Offer of Legal Representation, how I can help you, and also an immediate FREE legal fee quote for your consideration.
3. If you accept my Legal Representation Offer, by paying the legal fee and sending me a copy of your traffic ticket, then I do all the work representing you before the court. You will not need to appear in court.
4. When your ticket is successfully resolved, I will provide you with the final disposition, court paperwork, and any instructions to follow if there is a fine to pay the court to keep your ticket off your driving record.
It’s easy to retain the legal experience of Louisiana traffic ticket lawyer Paul Massa for your traffic ticket case.
Questions? Please watch our short video on the easy process of submitting your information for a free case review.
Thank you so very much!!!
Thank you so very much!!!
- DB April 22, 2018
WOW! Thank you so much.
- E.S. May 29, 2018
The result is beyond my expectations
Paul, Thank you for taking care of this matter. The result is beyond my expectations. Great job!
- M.F. Feb. 11, 2018
I admire your professionalism
Thank you Paul, for the quick response and the intentional followup. I admire your professionalism and will certainly consider using your services in the future - although hopefully that will never be the case!
- N.D. May 21, 2018
A clean driving record is extremely valuable, though many people don’t realize it. The insurance premium rate that you pay is based on many factors. Your driving record is the most important. Any conviction, even for minor infractions, will likely show up on your driving record and ultimately impact your insurance rate.
Whenever an insurance company raises an insurance premium rate it can stay elevated for 3-5 (sometimes 7!) years. Over the years, you may literally pay thousands in additional premium payments. When I am successful in reducing or eliminating your New Orleans citation, your insurance company will not raise your premium.
Retaining Attorney Paul Massa is a decision founded a simple calculation, based on ordinary mathmatics. To verify that a clean driving will save you insurance premuim costs, we suggest that you call your New Orleans insurance agent to ask them what effect a conviction will have on your insurance premium rate. Since 1991, Attorney Paul Massa has saved thousands of clients thousands of dollars each.
Since 1991, clients have been hiring me to represent them in their New Orleans, Louisiana traffic and speeding ticket cases. I help them avoid auto insurance premium increases, missed work, and travel expenses since they don’t have to go to court themselves.
I go to court for them and obtain lower fines, court costs, and contempt fees in regards to their traffic ticket. My clients traffic or speeding tickets are either DISMISSED, or REDUCED to a NON MOVING VIOLATION which will not appear on the client’s driver’s license record.
Attorney Paul Massa knows the local court rules and has appeared before the New Orleans court for many other clients for over 20 years. This now allows him to represent you in the most effective matter, for the most advantageous results possible. His traffic and speeding ticket defense experience will benefit you for years to come.
Attorney Paul Massa helps New Orleans motorists by providing legal representation for many types of traffic tickets and violations including:
Failure to Yield
CDL – Commercial Drivers
Following too Close
Too Fast for Conditions
Obstructing an Intersection
Speeding in a School Zone