Reinstating Your Driver's License After It's Been Suspended or Revoked

There are a number of reasons why a person's driver's license may be suspended or revoked, such as:

  • Operating while intoxicated or driving under the influence
  • Having multiple OWI/DUIs on your record
  • Accumulating too many points on your driving record
  • Committing a traffic violation
  • Failing to comply with a court order
  • Failing to respond to a traffic ticket or citation
  • Failing to pay child support
  • Committing multiple parking violations
  • Possession of alcohol by a minor
  • A drug crime conviction
  • Driving without insurance and causing a car accident

If your license has been suspended for any of these reasons, and you are interested in getting your driver's license reinstated, it is best to contact the office today to schedule a consultation with an experienced Michigan traffic ticket attorney. During the consultation, a member of our staff will review the circumstances of your suspension in order to determine what steps will need to be taken to get your license reinstated. Your ability to get your license reinstated will depend on why it was suspended in the first place. For example, if your license was suspended for drunk driving, it will be more difficult to get your driving privileges reinstated than if your license was suspended for a non-driving offense, such as falling behind on child support, a drug crimes conviction, or driving without insurance.

At the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman, we understand how inconvenient it is to lose the ability to drive, which is just one of the many reasons why we are committed to working diligently on your behalf to get your license reinstated as quickly as possible.

To learn more about our license suspension services, please contact the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman today at 1 (877) 858-5297.