Were You Ticketed For Failure To Yield To Pedestrians?

New York law states that motorists must yield the right of way to bicyclists, motorcycle riders — and especially unprotected pedestrians.

Were you ticketed by a police officer for failure to yield to someone walking from a busy corner, across an intersection or through a crosswalk? Has this serious driving offense put your license at risk? This violation carries a monetary fine and places three points on your driver's license.

You can benefit from the extensive experience, legal skills and aggressive advocacy available to you right now at The Law Office of Craig Bondy. Our law firm fights traffic tickets for clients in New York and New Jersey — and has, effectively and successfully, since 1986.

Craig Bondy's traffic violations defense law firm was established to represent people just like you throughout the Tri-State Area. Our founding attorney has long ranked among the leaders for lawyers handling traffic cases in the region. He brings deep knowledge of traffic law, inner workings of courts and how to be responsive to your questions and concerns, from start to finish of the legal process.

Craig Bondy Cares — He Wants To Win As Much As You Do

Are you facing penalties such as points on your license, driver's license suspension or revocation, heavy fines and auto insurance premium increases because of a series of traffic tickets? Was one of them a ticket for failure to yield to a pedestrian, a right of way violation in New York City?

Maximize your chances of winning, and returning your life to normal, starting today, by contacting The Law Office of Craig Bondy for a free no-obligation initial consultation and ticket evaluation. Just call 212-257-8321 or reach us by email message. Hablamos Español.