If you are an owner of a service station, you understand the importance of maintaining your certification as a Penndot Safety Inspection Station or Emission Inspection Station. We also understand the importance.
Your certifications are the livelihood of your business. Unfortunately, a minor record keeping error can cause Penndot to suspend your certifications, costing you thousands of dollars in lost income and fines.
As the attorney for the Pennsylvania Gasoline Retailers Association and Allied Trades (PGRA & AT), our office has extensive experience in helping service station owners and inspection technicians maintain their certifications. If you or your station has been cited for a violation it is important that you contact an attorney immediately to understand the process and your rights. By delaying, you risk serving a suspension and paying fines that you may otherwise be able to avoid and you may also risk losing your valuable appeal rights. Please contact our office at 215-322-7340 for a free consultation to discuss how to best protect your rights.
If you are in danger of losing your driver’s license, either because you have accumulated too many points, you failed to appear for a traffic citation hearing, you failed to be in the possession of mandatory insurance or because you have been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) or other crime, then you need an attorney who is familiar with the administrative process and with Penndot’s practices and procedures.
We can help you to avoid a suspension or to reinstate your suspended driver’s license. Please contact our office at 215-322-7340 for a free consultation.
If your vehicle is stopped by a police officer and you are asked to take a breath test or to submit to a blood test, the officer is actually looking for probable cause to determine if you are driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. In Pennsylvania, the Implied Consent law requires you to submit to the testing. If you refuse, your driver’s license can be suspended. If your license is suspended as a result of failing to take a breath or blood test, you have the right to request an administrative hearing to avoid the automatic suspension. Our office is experienced in these matters and stands ready to assist you in fighting to keep your license. Please call us to schedule a free consultation at 215-322-7340.
The consequences involved in a driver’s license suspension can be very severe if you are driving on a suspended license and are stopped by the police. You can face even more serious charges, particularly if you are accused of DUI. Driving on a suspended license while committing DUI is an aggravating circumstance, which can lead to larger fines and additional jail time, if convicted.
If your license has been suspended, it is extremely important that that you promptly resolve the matter and have your license reinstated. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you for a free consultation to review your case and discuss the best way to retain or restore your driver’s license. Please call us at 215-322-7340.
Williams & Scheetz
935 Second Street Pike,
Richboro, PA 18954-1549
Phone: (215) 322-7340
Fax: (215) 322-0237