When a person has his driving privileges REVOKED, he often feels lost, overwhelmed and pessimistic. After all, how can a person get/keep meaningful employment without a license? Take care of children? Accomplish the most basic of daily tasks, such as buying groceries, going to the doctor, running errands? For many, the prospect of public transportation is not available, the cost of UBER is too high, and there just aren’t enough friends and family to rely on for daily transportation.
On top of this, those who have suffered a revocation don’t even know the first step to restoring their driver’s license. Well, that part is easy: Contact a driver’s license appeals specialist like Attorney Daniel T. Geherin, owner of MiLicenseLawyer.com and author of The Michigan Drunk Driving and Driver’s License Restoration Handbook. Dan has dedicated his career to helping put drivers back on the road following a license revocation, and he is recognized as a license appeals specialist in Ann Arbor and throughout Michigan.
Dan will review a client’s driving record to determine when he/she is eligible for a hearing; where that hearing will take place; and how best to implement a plan to restore that license. If the person is not eligible, or not a good candidate, Dan and his team will honestly tell them and not charge a penny to do so. If, on the other hand, they are eligible and ready to work hard to get back on the road, the firm will explain the steps; provide a written fee agreement with a transparent fee structure; and then start the process of restoration.
So, briefly summarized, here are some suggested steps for restoring a REVOKED driver’s license in Michigan:
- Go to a branch of the Michigan Secretary of State and obtain a current Master Driving Record (cost is approximately $8.00).
- Contact Dan and his team at MiLicenseLawyer.com, via email or phone (734) 263-2780.
- Be ready to openly, honestly and thoroughly discuss your background, criminal history, sobriety (if applicable) and readiness to get back on the road.
- If eligible and ready, discuss the transparent fee structure with the firm and think over whether you’re financially ready to move forward.
- Once you retain them, follow all of the firm’s advice on gathering and submitting paperwork and other evidence to the State.
- Be ready to work hard—this process is a two-way street requiring diligent effort on your part too!
- Attend a driver’s license revocation appeal hearing at the Michigan Secretary of State, at which you will testify about your suitability to restore your license.
- If all goes according to plan, go to a Secretary of State branch office, restore your license, and get back on the road lawfully and legally!
Over the last 20 years, Dan has won license appeals hearings throughout Michigan, and boasts a 98% success rate in winning license revocation appeals. In the last 10 years alone, he has helped put hundreds of clients back on the road lawfully and legally. And, to prove that these results are legitimate, he even posts the case numbers of successful appeals on his website (MiLicenseLawyer.com) so that potential clients can see his extensive success.
For a dedicated, experienced and successful license appeals law firm in Michigan, please contact Dan Geherin at MiLicenseAttorney.com. 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 at MiLicenseAttorney.com, or call 24/7 (734) 263-2780.