Areas of Practice
Wrabec Law, P.C. is a small law practice committed to providing you personal
and dedicated representation across numerous areas of law. Integrity and
dedication is our framework. Honesty and zealous advocacy is our mission.
In Missouri, a speeding ticket is classified as a moving violation that could lead to points on your license. Without proper representation, multiple traffic tickets can lead to serious consequences. If you allow points to accumulate on your license, it can have a considerable affect on your insurance rates, employment, and potentially your privilege to drive. It is imperative to exercise your legal rights and obtain a lawyer.
A speeding ticket does not seem like a serious matter to some people. However, it is imperative that you consult an attorney before paying the fine and pleading guilty. Defendants often feel it best to pay the cheaper fine and move on only to discover months later that their insurance company has raised their rates as a result of the points. Hiring an attorney can seem like a considerable expense; but in most instances it can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars over time in insurance premiums. When you hire an attorney to amend your traffic citations the points are not reflected on your driving record. By doing this you prevent your insurance company from discovering your traffic violations and thus raising your rates.
At Wrabec Law, P.C., we appreciate your business and understand that your time is valuable. We will work diligently to provide the most effective defense. In past experiences, we have handled most speeding tickets without the driver ever having to appear in court. However, that may not always be the circumstance. More severe charges can accompany a speeding ticket, such as excessive speed, school and construction zones, imprudent driving, etc. Regardless, every case is handled in a timely and expedient manner and with the best possible outcome.
You can call, email or even text us your tickets for a free consultation and quote. In many instances you don’t even need to make an appointment. You hire us and we handle the rest–no court or appearances necessary.
Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
In Missouri, a Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) ticket can lead to numerous consequences. Because a ticket of this nature is considered a serious offense, the repercussions could affect many aspects of your life including your finances and career. If you choose not to exercise your right to hire a lawyer, the consequences will have a much greater impact on you. In addition to high fines associated with these tickets, you could also face suspension of your license, increased insurance rates, jail time, and possibly the loss of your current or future employment. The conviction will remain on your record for life and interested parties, such as an employer, would have access to that information. In a case such as this, time is critical and it is necessary to hire an attorney.
The representation of a DWI can be extremely complex. It is very important that you find an attorney who has experience in DWI representation and understands the complex laws and science behind this serious offense. Wrabec Law, P.C. handles a large number of DWI cases and considers this an area of emphasis in our practice. The laws and science behind DWI offenses are vast and require an attorney who is knowledgeable and proficient in this ever changing area of law. Mr. Wrabec spends a large amount of time in practicing this area of law and attending continuing education in this field. In addition to dozens of hours of continuing education in DWI law every year, Mr. Wrabec is certified with over 48 hours of training in the administration and interpretation of Standardized Field Sobriety Training and DWI Detection by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Wrabec Law, P.C. takes DWI law seriously and is committed to the most zealous representation of these cases. With every DWI client the entire case is investigated and studied to build a solid defense on your behalf. During this process you will be kept informed of every aspect as the case progresses. You will have full access to your attorney and legal assistants who will answer any questions you may have during and after representation. We will support you during every step so you are kept informed and understand every aspect of your case.
If you are charged with DWI in Missouri, please call us immediately. You need a lawyer for this serious charge and you should hire someone who specializes in this area. You are facing possible criminal and driver’s license sanctions and time is of the essence. Call immediately!
Driving While Suspended (DWS)
In Missouri, a Driving While Suspended (DWS) or Driving While Revoked (DWR) ticket can lead to numerous consequences. Because a ticket of this nature is considered a serious offense, the repercussions could affect many aspects of your life. These types of tickets carry enough points to revoke your license for a year.
In every case, to arrange a plea deal, Mr. Wrabec must meet with the prosecutor and discuss the options. Depending on the severity of the charges and your past driving record, the court will then determine how to resolve the matter. In most cases, an amendment will be made with the prosecutor to something such as “Defective Equipment.” Consequentially, this infraction will not be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles and therefore you will not be assessed the points and can save your license. But remember every case is different and we will need to speak with you before we can advise you on the possible outcomes of your case. If you are charged with this offense call us immediately.
In Missouri, a variety of allegations that are classified as criminal an individual can be formally charged with. Criminal charges can be, but are not limited to, burglary or theft, possession (of paraphernalia or illegal substance), minor in possession (MIP), and assault or battery. Citations that qualify as criminal are considered serious offenses, have the ability to affect your life, and bring about numerous consequences. If you have been charged with a criminal act, because the government has many resources, you are at a huge disadvantage. In most cases, if you decide to not exercise your legal right to representation, criminal records could reflect all charges and these records could be made available to the public. Having a criminal record can affect your job, schooling, eligibility for state aid, and your finances.
At Wrabec Law, P.C., it is our goal to have your charges amended, dismissed, or to prevent the charges from being filed. Our ultimate goal is always to obtain the best possible outcome for your situation. Once you have retained Wrabec Law, P.C., we will review your case and any records that will impact your defense. Thereafter, we will conduct our own investigation that will allow us to dissect the evidence pertaining to your case. During this time we will be available to guide you through the entire process and maintain a fully open channel of communication. You will be kept informed of your case status as it progresses at all times.
In Missouri, personal injury cases involve assigning fault of injury with another individual or business. Because of the nature of these cases, it is necessary to hire proper legal representation. These cases usually involve a slip and fall, a car accident, or any situation where you have sustained injuries due to another individual’s actions or lack of action. If you believe that you have been the victim in a personal injury case, you have the right to file a claim and possibly receive compensation for your injuries.
In the past, personal injury cases have resulted in compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages and other financial benefits, medical bills, etc. In extreme circumstances, such as a death, dependents of the victim are entitled to the financial loss that will incur. It is important that you call us to discuss your situation and determine what you may be entitled to.
Any injury is serious and can have devastating effects on one’s family, friends, and quality of life. It goes without saying that if you are injured you deserve compensation. However, it requires an experienced law firm that handles these types of claims to consult with and advise you on what your rights and options may be. As with many situations involving the law, time is of the essence. Call us immediately to discuss your case.
In Missouri, employers are bound by law to provide compensation to employees who have been injured on the job. Usually these incidents happen at the place of business, however, company-sanctioned events are also an employer’s responsibility. It is important to understand the qualifications and your rights as an individual to maximize your claim potential.
The decision to hire an attorney can be based on an employer denying your claim, not receiving the correct benefits, the employer disputing your claim, or if you simply are unsure of the Workers’ Compensation process. Because every case is unique, it is difficult to predict the outcome. However, it is unlikely that an individual will be able to achieve the best possible results without legal representation. It’s important that you consult with an experienced attorney.