Trucking Attorney

New York City — New York State

If you make a living from your commercial driver's license (CDL), or if you operate a commercial trucking company, you understand the importance of keeping your driver's license clean and the trucks rolling. As an experienced trucking violations lawyer, Karen Friedman understands the problems that you encounter. She can use her extensive trial experience and in-depth knowledge of New York State law to defend your rights, and minimize the fines.

Karen Friedman represents motorists in a wide range of trucking matters, including:

  • Permit violations
  • Off truck route violations
  • Overweight Truck violations
  • Speeding, reckless driving, tailgating and unsafe lane changes
  • Equipment Violations
  • New York City Tax Stamp and Highway Use Tax Permit Violations
  • DWI

Conviction for off truck route in New York State poses a problem for truckers as the violation carries a two point penalty and a high fine. It is essential to check the truck routes before you start your route to avoid tickets.

Overweight summonses can carry a price tag of close to $10,000. It is unfortunate, but officers routinely issue several summonses for the same stop, such as overweight registration, overweight on consecutive axles, and overweight on three or more axles. These summonses are expensive and the officer can take the truck out of service, costing the company several thousand dollars in fines and spoiled meat or produce.

Karen Friedman can defend the corporation without the driver or corporate officer appearing in court. The objective is to get the summonses dismissed or in the alternative to do damage control and keep the fines at a minimum.

Trucking Violation?

Contact Karen Friedman at 212-213-2145 or 845-266-4400. Trucking company representatives are welcome to call for information about legal representation for trucking violations and misdemeanors. There is no charge for this service.

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