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Atlanta Traffic Lawyer, Sam McRae, Explains How to Fight a Following Too Closely Ticket

The Atlanta traffic ticket lawyer, Sam McRae, discusses how to defend against a traffic violation for following too close.

    ATLANTA, GA, January 31, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta traffic ticket lawyer, Sam McRae, discusses the best way to defend yourself when charged with a following too closely violation.

This infraction almost always occurs when a rear end collision occurs, though there are instances (e.g. multi-car collisions) in which some drivers may not be charged. Given that you should allow plenty of stopping room between yourself and other vehicles on the road, colliding with someone else is often regarded as a failure to maintain adequate distance.

In order to win the case, the Atlanta traffic attorney says you must prove that there was no way you could have avoided colliding with the vehicle. A lot of people tend to think that road conditions can work in their favor, but this is rarely the case. Since it is common sense to drive slower and to increase vehicle distance during inclement weather, the judge will likely rule that you were not driving in a safe fashion. However, if the driver in front of you was operating a vehicle with a non-working taillight or if they stopped suddenly with no valid justification, then that is an entirely different scenario.

The first thing to do after calling the police and exchanging insurance information with the other driver is to obtain witnesses that can testify on your behalf. Even if the collision was legitimately not your fault, you will need to prove this in court.

"To avoid paying a fine and risk having your auto insurance premiums increase, consult with an Atlanta traffic attorney," says Sam McRae, Attorney at Sam McRaw Law. "Depending on the specific details of your case and whether you have supporting evidence, they will either recommend a not guilty or no contest plea. Remember to provide the court with proof that your insurance carrier has paid for the damages, as this will look good on your part, especially if you have a clean driving record."

Sam McRae is a reputed suspended license lawyer in Atlanta. For a free consultation, contact him at

About Sam McRae Law:

Sam McRae Law specializes in criminal defense and traffic ticket violations. With years of experience, Sam McRae has developed the expertise and relationships to resolve clients' traffic cases in an efficient and positive manner.

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