What Should I Know Before Calling a License Appeal Attorney?
If you have lost your Michigan Driver’s License due to drunk driving convictions, breath tests refusals, medical reasons or even point accumulation, you’re in a state of panic and frustration. How are you supposed to get to work or school? How can you take care of your children? Get to medical appointments? And if you do drive, will police take you to jail during a pandemic?
When a person loses their license, they understandably seek assistance from the legal community. But, finding an experienced, dedicated and respected driver’s license appeals attorney is tough. When you do connect with a reputable driver’s license restoration attorney, you’re often scrambling to make sure you ask all the right questions:
“When am I eligible for a license appeal?”
“What do I have to do to earn a full, or restricted, license?”
“Do you specialize in my type of license appeal?”
“Do you handle all license appeals (revocation appeals, medical appeals, etc.), or just refusal hearings?”
“Do you regularly practice in front of the Secretary of State hearing judges who will decide my case?”
Attorney Daniel T. Geherin, owner of MiLicenseLawyer.com and author of The Michigan Drunk Driving and Driver’s License Restoration Handbook, has been answering these and other license appeal questions for the last 21+ years. He’s dedicated his career to helping put drivers back on the road following a license suspension or revocation. He’s recognized as a license appeals specialist in Ann Arbor and throughout Michigan. He has taught seminars and written articles through the Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) on license appeal topics. He’s won license appeals hearings throughout the state, and boasts a 98% success rate in winning license appeals. In the last 10 years alone, he’s helped put 300+ clients back on the road lawfully and legally. And, To prove that these results are authentic and frequent, he even posts the case numbers of successful appeals on his website here so that clients can see his extensive success.
When a potential license appeals client calls Dan, he gets Dan. Dan will pick up the call and try to figure out the best avenue to restore that client’s license. If he can’t help, he’ll honestly and ethically inform the client of that, and not charge a dime for the call or advice. Dan has been given the highest rating for ethics, AV-Preeminent, by Martindale Hubbell. He has over 200 5-star client reviews, many focus on his honesty, ethics and specialty in the field of license/OWI defense. Dan will try his absolute best to form a plan with each client who contacts his firm in search of license restoration.
What should a potential license appeal client know or have in front of her when he calls? The following will truly help Dan and his team:
*A current copy of her Master Driving Record in Michigan;
*A command of dates and locations of prior criminal convictions, and if possible, any paperwork (police reports, court and probation information, attorney name, etc.);
*A summary of all past and current substance abuse treatment, counseling and testing (if applicable); and
*Paperwork from past and current license appeal applications.
Having this information handy will accelerate the process by which Dan and his team can determine a client’s eligibility and craft a specific plan to restore the driving privileges. For all license appeal cases in Michigan, please contact Dan Geherin, license appeals attorney and his team today. We’re available 24/7, we know the process inside and out, and we’ll fight zealously to restore your license.
For more information, visit us or call (734) 263-2780.
Geherin Law Group: We are the key to putting you back in the driver’s seat.