In Illinois and Wisconsin paying a speeding or traffic ticket through the mail without going to court and without attorney representation can often have unforeseen and costly consequences down the road. Convictions that usually result from simply paying a ticket through the mail can result not only in suspension of driving privileges for multiple offenses but increased insurance premiums ansd loss of good driver discounts. Pleading guilty to a minor or major traffic accident in court without an attorney can also result in costly civil liability consequences. Illinois Secretary of State and Wisconsin Department of Transportation suspensions and revocations often result when people are not properly represented in traffic court. Often these consequences are not realized in court and may happen weeks or even months later once the administrative agencies are notified by the court of the disposition of your tickets. Across the States of Illinois and Wisconsin, I have seen and handled every type of moving and non-moving traffic violations. I am well versed in negotiating for reduced charges and non-moving violations when appropriate. I travel across Illinois and Wisconsin to handle these cases and can often provide interstate representation saving my client from having to travel out of state. The Richard Albanese Law Office routinely handles speeding tickets in Cook County, Skokie, Rolling Meadows, Mundelein, Park City, Lake County, Racine County, Kenosha County, Milwaukee County, Walworth County and many other towns and areas.