Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2016
With the recent awareness surrounding the dangers of using a cell phone or other electronic equipment when driving, one might think that this information would have drivers using more care when they are out on the road. However, this is not the case. Amir Soleimanian, renowned traffic ticket lawyer in Los Angeles, wants drivers to be aware of a new study that shows a greater number of distracted drivers than ever before.
According to The California Office of Traffic Safety, the number of distracted drivers viewed during a one-month period for April 2016 was at about thirteen percent. This is much greater than what was observed in the year prior, with distracted drivers being calculated at about nine percent. However, tickets are being issued at a lower rate than in the past. This is due in part to new hands-free devices available. It can be hard to an officer to prove electronic usage while driving in this manner.
It is important to note that an officer can issue a ticket for distracted driving if the driver was witnessed using a cell phone while driving. If driving behavior was also affected, additional charges may be issued, such a reckless driving citation. Because traffic violations can lead to a suspended driver's license and more, drivers are encouraged to seek legal counsel to minimize the impact of the consequences of these offenses.
Amir Soleimanian, founder and head attorney of the law firm Mr. Ticket, understand the laws and the importance of safety while behind the wheel. When drivers do make mistakes, like talking on the phone or texting while driving, it is important for that individual to get the support and legal help needed. Mr. Soleimanian states that “our 93% success rate over the past ten years speaks of our commitment to our work.”
Amir Soleimanian is a skilled traffic attorney with extensive experience regarding all traffic laws and regulations. Drivers with speeding tickets or who are facing charges such as distracted driving, drag racing, or other traffic violations are encouraged to contact Mr. Ticket.