Reinstating your Driver’s License
Let us help you get your license back by reinstating your driver’s license. Without your driver’s license your work and home life may suffer. In many cases, people are able to reinstate their license so they can drive again. There are many reasons your license may be suspended. Some involve quick fixes while other involve in depth legal work. Either way we offer a free case evaluation to determine how to proceed and get your license back.
What to do if your license is suspended
- First and most important- DO NOT DRIVE!
- Find out what caused the suspension
- Get your Complete Driving Record and information on any traffic tickets holding back your license
- Contact a Suspended License Attorney immediately to help you.
Do not drive on a suspended license
If your license is suspended and you drive, you may face criminal charges. All too often we see individuals with an easy suspension turn into a nightmare because they kept driving and got pulled over. This can lead to a five year license suspension and criminal charges. Do not risk your chance at reinstating your driver’s license by driving, instead follow these steps immediately so an attorney can best help you.
What caused the Suspension
When your license is suspended you need to find out what caused the suspension. In Florida a Drivers license may be suspended for many reasons to include:
- Failure to pay a ticket
- Failure to appear in Court
- Failure to pay child support
- Failure to follow Court order
- Lack of insurance
- Too many points
- Racing on Highway
- Drug Convictions
- Habitual Traffic Offender
You can also check the status of your driver’s license on Florida’s website by following this link. Once you type in your license number, the website will tell you what is suspending your license and in what county. Each reason for suspension is unique and requires a specific action to reinstate your license. Of course, not all suspensions can be removed. Sometimes it involves paying late fees, other times it involves setting up payment plans with child support to get a hardship license.
Also when your license is suspended, you should receive a letter in the mail indicating that your license is suspended. Keep this letter, it is very important. Next it may be best to get a copy of your Complete Driving Record (abstract or MVR). The complete driving record is important in almost every case because it is possible to get a second suspension when you pay off a ticket that is currently suspending your license. It can get complicated.
Get your Complete Driving Record and information on any tickets holding back your license
If you do not know all the tickets you received since you began driving, it is best to get your driving record. Your driving record can be purchased from the DMV and can usually be obtained by the Clerk of Courts. When obtaining your driving record make sure it is a complete driving and not just a 3 or 7 year record. Follow the link to learn more about obtaining your driving record.
If you have tickets preventing you from getting your license back, get a copy of each ticket and court records for each ticket.
Contact a Jacksonville Suspended License Attorney for a Free Case Review
We offer a free case review for anyone who wants to reinstate their driver’s license in North East Florida. Contact us so we can review the reasons for your suspension and help you get your license back. It may turn out that you only need to pay a reinstatement fee to get your license back. If so, you will not need to hire an attorney, but we will still be glad to of helped. If it turns out that you will benefit from legal representation, we can provide you with upfront pricing for our services.
Florida is one of the worst states for unlicensed drivers and uninsured drivers. We are offering a free case review to help our community and state. The more unlicensed drivers on the road, the more it costs taxpayers. Please instead of driving, get your license back. If you need help we are here for you.
We proudly serve Clay County, Duval County, Flagler County, Nassau County, and St. Johns County. If your license was suspended in one of these counties, give us a call so we can help you get your license back.
Please note, we cannot help with suspensions from another state or outside of Northeast Florida. If your license is suspended by another state or outside of Northeast Florida, it may be best to contact local suspended license attorney in that state. Avvo has a wonderful directory of attorneys throughout the country.