There are many ways to lose a Michigan Driver's License but only a few ways to get it back. Bernadich Law can help you regain your driving privileges and get you back on the road driving again.
The Michigan driver is only eligible to reapply for his license after the expiration of one year following a first revocation, and after the expiration of five years for a subsequent revocation within seven years of a revocation.
A license restriction or suspension is a lot less severe, and can be generally handled without the assistance of an attorney. A driving suspension only lasts for a definite period of time and is specified by a "from" and "through" date. Once the "through" date has expired, the Michigan driver just needs to pay a reinstatement fee at a local Secretary of State branch office. However, if your Driver's License was suspended indefinitely, retaining a Michigan attorney would be a prudent move.
If you find yourself without a Michigan Driver's License due to a revocation or indefinite restriction, hope is not lost. Bernadich Law can analyze your situation to see what steps are needed to get you back on the "right" road driving again.
Call Bernadich Law for a free consultation regarding your revoked or restricted Michigan Driver's License. You can even complete our contact form on our Contact Us page to schedule a free appointment with Peter.
Our Troy and Gaylord Attorney Offices Can Be Reached toll-free at (888) 575-2133.