Failure to Yield in Texas
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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 anyway, 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 ticket and other moving violations. With more than five decades of collective experience, our Harris County traffic ticket lawyers can thoroughly review your case and determine all of your available legal options in order to obtain the outcome you desire.
What is Failure to Yield?
In Texas, a failure to yield ticket means that a driver disobeyed the rules of the road at a point when he or she was supposed to permit other traffic to go. For example, you may receive this type of ticket if a driver makes a left turn on a green light while another car is going straight.
For the most part, failure to yield tickets are commonly issued in the event of a traffic collision, where a driver’s failure directly results in an accident. Even if no accident occurs, you can be issued this type of ticket if a police officer identifies you are failing to yield when you are required to do so.
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A failure to yield ticket is punishable by a fine, points on your license, and it could affect your insurance rate. Fortunately, our Harris County traffic ticket lawyers can use a variety of defenses to get you off the hook.
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