Mr. Ticket will give all Veterans free legal representation on one regular California traffic infraction, in 2014.

Mr. Ticket is starting a trend in giving by giving back to our most special Americans, our US Veterans. Mr. Ticket hopes to kick off what will be a pay-it-forward movement of taking care of those who take care of us, our American soldiers.

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Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

The Law Office of Amir Solemanian, better known as Mr. Ticket, an attorney in Encino California, will give our Veterans and active military free legal representation on one traffic infraction citation per year, beginning January 1, 2014.

Mr. Ticket says, “If I give my legal services, and a dentist gives his dental services, and someone with a clothing store gives clothes, if everybody in every business pitches in, we can give back to those who put their lives on the line for our safety and freedom, every single day. We can’t wait for our country to do it for us. Let’s step up and do it ourselves”.

US Veterans can call the Law Office of Amir Solemanian beginning January 1, 2014 for help with their California infraction citations. Regular office hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30am – 6:30pm.

For information regarding Mr. Ticket and the Veterans ticket program please contact:

Von Bendian
The Law Offices of Amir Solemanian
16633 Ventura Blvd. Suite 503
Encino, California 91436
(866) 780-1234
von(at)4MrTicket(dot)com
http://www.4MrTicket.com

About Mr. Ticket: The Law Offices of Amir Solemanian and Associates is defending traffic citations all over the state of California. Amir has over 10 years of experience defending traffic tickets, red light tickets, hit and run, high-speed violations, reckless driving, DUIs, and numerous other misdeameanors. Mr. Ticket has received awards for providing honest and professional services to a broad clientele in California. Mr. Ticket has also appeared on TV and Radio discussing tickets, DUI prevention, and Distracted Driving.


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