Attorneys Helping With Driver's License Restoration

For most people in Michigan, their driver's license is essential to maintaining employment, earning a living and generally going about their day in a way which enables them to live a normal life. These privileges are often taken for granted, until a driver's license has been suspended or revoked due to drunk driving convictions. The good news is that it may be possible to get your driving privileges reinstated with the help of experienced legal counsel.

At the Jackson law firm of Abbott, Thomson, Mauldin, Parker & Beer, PLC, our attorneys can help guide you through the driver's license restoration process. We will gather all of the information necessary to help best position you for success when appearing before the Michigan Driver Assessment & Appeal Division (DAAD) or Administrative Hearings Section.

Helping You Get All Required Paperwork In Order

If it is determined that you are eligible for a hearing before the DAAD, we can help you submit a request for a hearing. Once a request has been submitted, a hearing will typically be scheduled within six to eight weeks. There is specific paperwork which must be submitted in order to request a hearing. Our lawyers can review all of the paperwork to ensure that it is in order and contains the proper documentation. We will ensure that you are fully prepared by the time your hearing date arrives.

Make Sure Your Appeal Is Handled Properly The First Time Around

In general, the state of Michigan will only grant a driver's license review hearing once per calendar year. That is why it is important to ensure that your case is handled correctly and properly set forth at your hearing. Few people can go without driving for an entire year, which is why it is important to get help from a law firm that prides itself on its attention to detail.

Contact Our Lawyers If Your Driver's License Has Been Suspended

If your license has been suspended or revoked following a DWI arrest, get the experienced legal help you need right away. Contact us online or call 517-917-0946 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.