When your license is suspended or revoked, there are a number of steps you need to take in order to get it back. Working with an experienced driver’s license lawyer will help you achieve your goal of getting back on the road as soon as possible, and with the Grabel & Associates team on your side, you know that every aspect of your case from start to finish will be handled. Call or contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis and learn more about revoked and suspended driver’s license reinstatement in Southfield. Our lawyers know what it takes to win you back your license, be it through a license application or winning a DAAD/DLAD hearing. Contact our Southfield team now to get started, and let our attorneys walk you through every stage of your case.
Trial lawyer Scott Grabel has been representing clients in driver’s license restoration cases for over a decade, and along with the rest of our qualified team, will do whatever it takes to guide you to a great result in your case. We can help you pursue a restricted driver’s license, a suspended license restoration, or a revoked license restoration, and no matter what the specifics of your case, our Southfield driver’s license lawyers are available right now to begin fighting with you as you work towards the case result you want. Call or contact our firm online now for a free initial case analysis and begin the reinstatement process. Our lawyers are committed to putting in the work needed to get you your license back.
If your driver’s license has been suspended, you will need to fill out some paperwork and pay a fee of $125, according to the Secretary of State. This is assuming that the suspension period for your sentence has passed. If the suspension period has not passed, you will need to either wait for it to pass, or apply for a restricted license, which is a possibility in some cases. If a restricted license is available, you may only have to wait a few weeks or months to get back on the road, albeit with some conditions. If you are awarded a restricted license, you may be able to drive to and from certain places, or during certain times of the day. Consult a driver’s license lawyer in Southfield to find out what options may be available to you after a license suspension, and what you need to do in order to pursue your case goals right away. Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have about your suspended license case, and we will immediately begin working to get you back behind the wheel.
If your driver’s license has been revoked, you will need to apply for a driver’s license hearing request with the DAAD/DLAD. In order to appeal the revocation of your license, you will need a recent substance abuse evaluation, at least three support letters from people who can attest to your sobriety, evidence that you attended support meetings (such as AA), and a final report from your ignition interlock device. Our attorneys can help you gather evidence, present your case to the DAAD, or appeal a DAAD hearing decision. Contact us right away to learn more about the steps you need to take in order to regain your license after a revocation, and some of the restrictions that may apply even if you do get your license back. Our experienced lawyers know how to win license restoration cases and are committed to helping you obtain a great case result.
At Grabel & Associates, we know how much your freedom relies on your ability to drive. Especially in rural areas, where public transportation is not reliable, it can be extremely difficult to get to work, school, medical appointments, and other crucial obligations. That’s why we want to do everything we can to get you back on the road as soon as possible. Contact us now for a free initial case consultation and learn more about how the law relates to your unique case.
Call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free initial case analysis, or contact us online to learn more about our proven approach to Southfield driver’s license restoration. Our team is always ready to begin working with you or your loved one after a license suspension or revocation.