Pre-Paid Legal Commercial Drivers Legal Service
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Tragic Accident Representation - If you or your spouse is charged with criminal act due to a serious traffic accident, a Commercial Drivers Legal Plan lawyer will defend you in the court of original jurisdiction at no additional cost for the following charges: Involuntary Manslaughter Reckless Homicide *Additional Information & Exclusions Moving Violations Defense of moving violations in the court of original jurisdiction at no added charge to you.
Defense by a lawyer located through your Commercial Drivers Legal Plan Provider Law Firm at no added charge to you. The lawyer appointed for you is usually located in the area where you received the ticket. DOT And Non-Moving Violations At no added charge, you and your spouse are entitled to defense of citations issued in your motor vehicle including: Logbook Over length Over weight Over height Load spill No placard No fuel stamp No medical card Hazardous material No motor carrier authority Expired inspection sticker License Reinstatement You or your spouse have 2.5 hours of legal help from a Commercial Drivers Legal Plan lawyer in each of the following situations if: You are denied a driver's license.
Your driver's license is canceled, suspended or revoked by the Department of Public Safety or Department of Motor Vehicles where a right to appeal is provided to you by statute.
Assistance is needed to reinstate or maintain a driver's license because of job related or medical reasons. Property Damage Collection Assistance A Commercial Drivers Legal Plan attorney will help you or your spouse collect property damage claims of $2,000 or less for damage as a result of driving, riding in, or being struck by any motor vehicle or boat.
Covers minor damage to your car or truck. You may receive up to 2.5 hours of attorney time per incident. Personal Injury Collection Assistance A Commercial Drivers Legal Plan lawyer will help you or your spouse collect personal injury claims of $2,000 or less for injuries resulting from driving, riding in, or being struck by any motor vehicle or boat.
You may receive up to 2.5 hours of lawyer time per claim. All Other Legal Services You and your spouse receive this and any other legal work not covered by this plan at a 25% discount from the lawyer's standard hourly rate. *Additional Information & Exclusions Additional Information & Exclusions: Due to regulatory requirements, benefits and rates vary in certain states and provinces. The information contained on this material is for illustrative purposes only and is not a contract.
It is intended to provide a general overview of plan coverage; only a plan contract can give actual terms, coverage, amounts, conditions and exclusions. The benefits available under this membership plan may be used ten (10) days after the effective date of the membership. Any matters occurring prior to the end of the ten (10) day waiting period will be considered "pre-existing conditions" under the terms of this membership.
In order to receive benefits under this Contract you must advise the Provider Attorney by telephone regarding receipt of the citation within three (3) business days after receipt of the citation. The Provider Attorney's office must have at least five days before your court date to help you with the Benefits under this membership. Tragic Accident Representation: Appeals are not included. All Other Legal Services: Depending on your legal needs, a retainer may be required by your Provider Law Firm prior to services being rendered under this discount.
Your Provider Law Firm is responsible for determining the amount of the retainer and any other anticipated costs. Other costs you may incur include fines, court costs, penalties, expert witness fees, bonds, bail bonds, and any out-of-pocket expenses. These costs are your responsibility and are not included as part of membership benefits. Your Provider Law Firm cannot provide any legal services until payment of the retainer and other costs have been made. If you need representation in court, you must notify your Provider Law Firm at least five business days in advance so they may prepare for your case.