Does your car windshield look like this?
Let Larry put his 45 years of legal and parking ticket fighting experience to work beating these evil parking tickets!
Our Premium Services for Passenger Vehicles Include:
- Free Consultation
- 100% Money-Back Guarantee
- Our fee is 40% of the base parking ticket fine (penalties and interest not included in fee calculation)
Do you charge a fee for a tow or boot refund?
Yes. We earn our 20% fee for the tow or boot refund after we beat your ticket.
However, we don’t charge a fee for both, only one.
Our fee is payable after you receive your refund from the Evil Empire.
What about appeals?
Larry appeals unfavorable decisions for no extra fee. But, no longer handles appeals unless he fought the original ticket.
One of our clients talks about Larry
“You owe it to yourself to experience Larry’s piercingly intelligent parking ticket defenses. He is a bona fide humanist who seems most galvanized when working to uphold the integrity of the collective good.
I’ve never met somebody with his unique talent to masterfully obliterate societal double standards that seek to divide rather than unite.”
Detailed Review of Entire Process
I had a great experience with this service and I am going to leave a thorough and well-deserved review. I received a $115 parking ticket for parking on the sidewalk. I figured “what could it hurt to try a ticket fighting service”. I did a little research and opted for Larry Berezin @NewYorkParkingTicket.com. Basically, you pay… Read more “Detailed Review of Entire Process”
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Can you blame me?
Listen to the story of a driver who beat 6 illegal pedestrian ramp tickets with Larry's help
"I was sitting on my couch, preparing to write a long, verbose statement of defense. My girlfriend saved me the trouble. (She's the true hero of this story.) She searched online for “how to beat a new york parking ticket blocking the pedestrian ramp,” and the first result was a godsend: a blog post called, appropriately, "How-to-beat-a-NYC-parking-ticket-for-blocking-a-pedestrian-ramp"