Failure to Yield Right-of-Way Citation - License Suspension
In Wisconsin, any person who receives a citation and is convicted for failure to yield under Wisconsin Statute 346.18 is required to attend a failure to yield right-of-way course. If the violation results in bodily harm, great bodily harm or death to another, the operating privilege will be suspended:
- If the violation results in bodily harm, suspension will be for two months
- If the violation results in great bodily harm, suspension will be for three months.
- If the violation results in death of another person, suspension will be for nine months.
If you are in a traffic accident and anyone sustained personal injury and you received a citation, call Courtney & Molter, S.C., to discuss the impact of a citation and options available to avoid a driver’s license suspension or revocation. We are often able to avoid or mitigate the penalties and consequences of a conviction.