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TicketKick® Featured in the News on Fighting Red Light Camera Tickets

A local San Diego news station features California legal company, TicketKick, and discusses how to beat red light camera tickets in California. A San Diego County resident shares her story of success using TicketKick, saving her hundreds of dollars in ticket fines.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 31, 2011 In the midst of all the controversy on red light camera tickets in California, TicketKick®, a California legal company, was featured on San Diego Channel 6 news this month, discussing TicketKick's ticket-fighting service, and how to fight a red light ticket. TicketKick's Founder and President, Greg Muender, tells his story on how the company started, and how they've come to help over ten thousand drivers each year. "In 2006, I got three tickets in three weeks, and not that I am promoting driving recklessly of any nature, it was just an unfortunate series of events." Muender discusses how the trial by written declaration helped him get two out of three of his tickets dismissed in 2006, and how he has built TicketKick, a California legal document assistant, with the help of attorneys and other experts in traffic law. TicketKick now helps hundreds of people every month fight speeding tickets, red light tickets, cell phone tickets, and most other common traffic tickets in California, for a low fee and a money back guarantee. TicketKick's specialty lives in helping people fight red light camera tickets, a ticket that would cost drivers about $500 in fines, plus a point on their record. Utilizing the trial by written declaration, which allows drivers to contest their ticket through the mail in California, TicketKick helps people get their ticket dismissed. Customers end up saving money from the high fines associated with these red light camera tickets, keeping their driving records clean, saving potentially thousands of dollars in insurance premiums, and saving people the hundreds of hours it takes to research tactical defenses. A local San Diego County resident shares her story of success with San Diego 6 news, beating her own red light camera ticket with the help of TicketKick: "I was traveling southbound on Sycamore, about to make a right. So I couldn't believe it. Almost $500 for a slow down and turn, you know, turn on a red." She utilized the help of TicketKick to help her fight it, and her ticket was dismissed, saving her hundreds of dollars in fines, a trip to the courthouse, and a clean driving record. According to the California Vehicle Code, turning right on a red without coming to a complete stop before the limit line is the same violation as if the driver were to just blow straight through the light, costing drivers about $500 on average just in fines. TicketKick's strategy is based around many legal and technical issues with the cameras. "Believe it or not, most cities in California are not in full compliance with all the aspects of the law regarding red-light camera systems." added Muender. The San Diego 6 reporter comments that over 16 million traffic tickets are issued each year in California. "In a down economy, ticket fines go up, and more and more people get tickets," says TicketKick's Vice President, Sara Schoonover. "People simply cannot afford to have a ticket in California, plus an increase in their insurance premiums, or take the time to go to court, or take traffic school, so we say, "fight it!". Most people also cannot afford to hire an expensive attorney to represent them. Our service is simply a no-brainer for someone who gets a traffic ticket, since it's low cost, effective, and we offer a money back guarantee so there's nothing to lose," Schoonover adds. "And just to make things easier for everyone, we've made it a top priority to provide the best customer service possible and employ the friendliness and most knowledgeable team members to help our customers." About TicketKick® TicketKick is a registered Legal Document Assistant in California, providing self help services to beat traffic tickets, with a similar service model to companies such as LegalZoom and E*Trade. TicketKick works with attorneys in California in developing their defenses, which utilize many different arguments and tactics. TicketKick's goal is to help people get their traffic tickets dismissed, maintaining about a 70% success rate, and offers a refund and a free consultation for guilty verdicts. TicketKick representatives can be reached at (800) 580-1902, at ticketkick.com, or at questions(at)ticketkick(dot)com. ###
Oct 25th, 2011