Need Legal Help With a License Suspension?
If you get too many tickets within a certain period of time or are convicted of a serious traffic offense like driving under the influence (DUI) you may face license suspension.
Losing your license can be a real headache, especially if you drive for a living. However, there are often ways to minimize the time you spend out of the driver’s seat. Depending on the situation, you might be able to get a restricted license for driving to and from places like work and school. And, in some cases, beating the suspension altogether is possible.
An experienced attorney can tell you what your options are and help you navigate the procedures of the courts and Department of Motor Vehicles.
Looking for a Lawyer?
At Lawyers.com, you’ll find a user-friendly search tool that allows you to tailor results by area of law and geography. You can also search for attorneys by name. Attorney profiles prominently display contact information, list topics of expertise, and show ratings—by both clients and other legal professionals.
Ready to Meet With a Lawyer?
Before hiring a lawyer or law firm, make sure to speak directly—preferably in person—to the attorney who will be primarily responsible for handling your case. Consider bringing to the conversation a list of questions and any documentation related to your case. Remember that you don’t need to hire the first lawyer you consult and that, first and foremost, you want a lawyer you trust.
What to Ask a Lawyer
When gathering your thoughts and documents, think about what you’ll want to ask the lawyer. Consider including on your list questions about:
- ways to minimize the time you won’t be able to drive
- your options for contesting or appealing the suspension, and
- requirements for license reinstatement.