When you pay ticket in Texas, your traffic ticket money is usually split up between the state’s general fund, crime victims’ compensation unit, trauma and emergency medical services fund, or to the city or county where you received the ticket. However, this all depends on the amount owed and the type of law enforcement that gave you the ticket. If you receive a ticket from highway patrol, the money goes to the state to be divided up. In comparison, if you were stopped by city or county police, your money would first go to the city or county to be divided.
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At Carrollton Injury Law, personal injury claims are all we do. We specialize in helping accident victims get fairly compensated for their injuries, and we’re not like other law firms. We take pride in keeping our clients informed about all developments in their claims, and we always take the time to answer any questions you have. When you call with a legal question for an attorney, an attorney will take your call. If your attorney is in court, you will receive a return phone call within one business day, usually the same day.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in an accident or by the carelessness of another, we can help. Please call or text 972-360-9898 for a FREE injury claim evaluation before you make a permanent, costly mistake in your case. Let us show you how we put Personal back into Personal Injury Law.