Driving Without Insurance Or License? Get Help Today.

In Ohio, if you do not have vehicle insurance, you cannot drive. Essentially, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle without insurance or other financial responsibility proof. If you have received a traffic ticket, it is important to call a lawyer right away. Many times, the violation can be fought or reduced so that you do not receive points on your license. Schedule a consultation to discuss your specific dilemma in greater detail.

Protect your driving record.

At the law office of Laura Helmbrecht, Attorney at Law, our Columbus driving without insurance defense attorney has extensive experience guiding clients through a wide range of legal matters. We understand the severe consequences that follow a conviction for a traffic violation. Don't simply pay the ticket — contact an attorney to learn more about your options for defense.

Not only do you have to carry vehicle insurance in Ohio, but you also have to maintain certain minimum limits. For example, the law currently requires financial responsibility in the minimum amount of $12,500 for bodily injury or death of one individual in any accident. If you cannot prove that you carry at least the minimum amount of insurance, you might be forced to pay huge fines and potentially lose your driving privileges.

Ohio Driving Without A License Charge Attorney

Depending on certain circumstances, you can face serious penalties for driving without a valid license in Ohio. Whether or not this is your first offense and other factors will heavily influence the consequences you face. Don't wait to defend yourself; talk to a lawyer today.

Contact Our Firm

If you have questions regarding driving without insurance or a license, contact Laura Helmbrecht, Attorney at Law, by calling 614-370-7897 or by completing our online contact form. We offer initial consultations, and we accept all major credit cards and PayPal for payment. Do not wait — call right now.