Traffic Offences

Traffic Lawyers In Brisbane

Porta Lawyers is here to assist you in respect of your Traffic Offences. Contact our office as soon as you receive an Infringement Notice or Court Appearance Notice.

We will attend Court with you and make submissions on your behalf to ensure the best possible outcome.


Traffic Offence Legal Services

Speeding Fines

A speeding fine can result in your licence being suspended if you lose all of your demerit points or if you are convicted of an offence of driving more than 40km/hr over the speed limit.
Please contact us should you wish to seek advice on the possibility of contesting a speeding fine or understanding your options if you may lose your licence.

Traffic Accidents

If you have been involved in, or witnessed a motor vehicle accident, you may have a legal obligation to render necessary information related to the incident.
If your vehicle has been damaged, we may assist you in recovering the cost of repairing or replacing the vehicle.  Please contact us to seek legal advice so we may help guide you through the difficult process of making a claim.

Drink Driving or Drug Driving

Each year in Queensland approximately 12,000 Queensland motorists are convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The Courts treat these offences very seriously and this can detrimentally affect the rest of your life, including job prospects, if you are convicted. The penalty imposed can range from receiving fines to serving an actual period of imprisonment.

We can provide advice on the expected penalty range for your matter. We can also appear for you to make submissions on your behalf to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome.

Disqualified Driving

It is an offence to drive without a valid Driver’s Licence. The penalties for such offence are severe and can result in imprisonment.

Should you be in breach of your disqualified driving period, you should seek legal advice immediately to ensure you obtain the best possible outcome.

Work Licence Applications

A work licence allows you to operate a vehicle for employment purposes during a specific time of the day (this is also known as a restrictive or day licence).

If you wish to apply for a work licence, the application must be made to the Court before you plead guilty to the charge. This charge relates to driving under the influence which will likely result in the loss of your licence. If you do not apply for a work licence before pleading guilty, you will be prevented from applying for a work licence at a future date.

It is important that you seek advice before you appear in Court. Please contact our office if you wish to determine whether you may be a candidate for a work licence application.

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