Driving is a fundamental way of getting around. We need to drive to get to work, to take our children to school, and to shop at grocery and other stores. When your driver’s license gets suspended it can be devastating and may create a very difficult situation for you and your family. There may be a way to reinstate your driving privileges.
In Indiana there are a number of reasons why you may have had your driver’s license suspended. These include:
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, BMV, can provide you or your attorney with the exact reason for the suspension. Different reasons for suspension will have different ways to resolve them and unique time-periods that must be observed.
If you have underlying problems that resulted in the suspension of your license you will need to clear these up first. Then, you will be able to proceed with the correct process to reinstate your license. Sometimes these issues can be rather complex. You can get the help you need to determine the issues from a reliable attorney who will also assist you in taking the steps needed to resolve the problems to get your license back.
If your license was suspended but you need to drive to work you may qualify for a probationary (hardship) driver’s license. A hardship license allows you restricted or conditional driving privileges. There are several situations that may allow you to be eligible for a hardship license. If this is your first suspension you may be able to get a hardship license if you can prove that you need the license for work and not having it will put your family under hardship. Those whose license was suspended due to not having insurance will need to show that their lack of insurance was caused by an oversight. If you have a suspended license because of a large number of tickets, also known as habitual traffic violator, your suspension could be up to 10 years. However, you may be able to get a hardship license under some circumstances.
When you need to get your driver’s license back you require assistance from a knowledgeable attorney. The law can be complex and there are many various issues that need to be reviewed before you can ask for a reinstatement or a conditional license. Procedures require you to submit the proper paperwork and provide the necessary documentation for a hearing. Your attorney will represent you throughout the process and in any court hearings if necessary to achieve restoral of your driver’s license. Contact the experienced legal team at The Bellinger Law Office to discuss your case.
Contact The Bellinger Law Office in Fort Wayne, Indiana, to learn how we can provide you with legal representation tailored to your precise needs. We listen to your concerns, learn about your case and act decisively to protect your rights. Call 260-428-2214 to learn how attorney Robert Bellinger can advocate for you. Or complete the intake form below to get started.