Contesting Your Failure To Yield Ticket
Yielding doesn’t only apply exclusively to “yield” signs. The right-of-way rules are based on logic, courtesy, and most importantly, safety. However, courtesy often goes out the window at busy intersections and congested roadways. While drivers must sometimes be assertive or they’ll never get any way, being assertive can result in a failure to lead ticket.
At Paul Kubosh, Attorney at Law, we are committed to helping you fight your failure to lead and other types of moving violations. With more than five decades of collective experience, our Harris County lawyers can thoroughly review your case and determine all of your available legal options in order to obtain the outcome you desire.
What You Need To Know About This Citation
In Texas, drivers can receive a failure to yield ticket if the officer believes the driver disregarded the rules of the road when refusing to allow other drivers to move forward. It’s common for drivers to receive a ticket after they fail to yield to oncoming traffic when turning left on a green light.
Officers typically issue these types of tickets if a driver’s failure to yield results in a motor vehicle accident. However, police officers can and do issue tickets if they believe a driver has disobeyed the fail to yield law.
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A failure to yield ticket is punishable by a fine and points on your license, and could affect your insurance rate. Fortunately, our traffic ticket lawyers can use a variety of defenses to get you off the hook.