Don’t just accept the consequences, give us a call to discuss your options.

You are driving in your car and you see those red and blue lights turn on behind you. Immediately your heart sinks as you pull over to the side of the road. Most people have experienced this reality at one point in their lives, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept the consequences. Maybe you were running late for an appointment, or perhaps just not paying attention. Regardless of the reason, the attorneys at Hill and Rainey are here to help.


Our experienced attorneys will challenge your tickets and more often than not are able to get them reduced or even dismissed. It is important to speak with an attorney so you can avoid the potential consequences.


-  Reckless Driving

-  Speeding

-  Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

-  Traffic Light Violations

-  Driving on a Suspended License

Did you Know?

Just because you were pulled over does not mean you are guilty. You have a right to challenge your tickets, and doing so could save you thousands of dollars.

***Important COVID-19 Update***


As we confront the challenge of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the health and safety of our clients and our staff is our top priority. While we monitor updates from the CDC as well as local public health authorities, we understand that your legal needs are still important.  If you would like to talk to an attorney, please call us at (804)-526-8300 or use the contact form to reach out.  We will continue to fight tirelessly for you and will reach out to you shortly.

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