If you live in Elgin, Il and find yourself needing legal help after losing your driver’s license, contact John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. today. Our firm has the experience and knowledge to help you with many issues when it comes to Il license reinstatement, revoked license and license suspensions.
Having your license reinstated does not have to be a long and difficult process for Elgin, IL residents. John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. can help you reinstate your license if you have had your license revoked or if you have a suspended license.
Depending on how long a license has been suspended, some people may decide to wait until that period is over. Others might need to have a valid permit before the suspension is over for a variety of reasons: work, parenting, or other necessary travel. If your license has been suspended or revoked, you may not have to wait. You can have a permit sooner with the help of our professional team of attorneys.
It is crucial to seek the help of a lawyer to have your license reinstated rather than driving with a revoked or suspended license. If you get caught driving without a license, the repercussions can be serious and you might end up having to wait even longer to have your revoked license reinstated.
John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. understands how important having a valid license is to provide for your family and yourself. We will help you get your license back as quickly as possible and we can also help you receive a hardship license.
If you live in Elgin and are unable to get to and from work, receive medical treatment, or take care of a family member that has medical needs then you could qualify for a hardship license. Receiving a hardship license would allow you to travel certain routes at certain times so you can live your daily life and be productive. We understand the legal process and requirements for obtaining a hardship license.
If you are facing a DUI license suspension in Elgin, IL then your driver’s license can be suspended for up to 3 years if you decline alcohol testing. If you do submit to testing and are found with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher, then your license could be suspended for up to a year. Even if you do not end up with a conviction, it is likely that your license will be taken away and you will need to have an attorney help you get a permit.
To seek a permit after a DUI license suspension, you will need to complete an alcohol and/or drug evaluation by a provider that is Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse-licensed. Depending on your classification, you may be required to do additional courses and may have to provide letters that confirm your participation in an alcohol or drug recovery program.
In Elgin, IL, a license can be suspended or revoked by the Illinois Secretary of State for many reasons. Reasons include not paying your traffic tickets, acquiring a number of traffic violations, failing to pay child support, DUIs, and more. All of the paperwork involved can be overwhelming for anyone who does not understand the legal process and has never had to have their license reinstated before.
With proper legal representation by an experienced lawyer, you are much more likely to have your Illinois driver’s license reinstated.
If you live in Elgin, IL and would like more information, please contact the offices of John M Quinn & Associates. We offer a FREE 30-minute consultation. You can fill out our online form or call today.