When a person has their license revoked or suspended, sorting out what they need to do in order to have their IL driver’s license reinstated can be very confusing. Many times people whose license is revoked or suspended receive conflicting information from different people. In a lot of these circumstances the information they receive about the IL license reinstatement process is not correct.
Even when the person contacts the Illinois Secretary of State it is difficult to reach the right people they need to talk to. Even if they do get to the right people one employee might tell them one thing while another Illinois Secretary of State employee might tell them something completely different. This can be very frustrating and disheartening.
Having your driver’s license suspended or revoked in IL can create many transportation issues for those who need to commute often. Scheduling different bus routes, paying for taxis, Ubers or having to walk from place to place can be exhausting, overwhelming, and expensive.
Having your license reinstated after a suspension or revocation will give you back your mobility, and the freedom to live your daily life and be productive again.
Once your license is reinstated, you will be free to drive your vehicle to and from wherever you wish, without having to worry about breaking the law and, consequently, taking the risk of further legal trouble.
It is important to know that if you are caught driving with a suspended or revoked license you can be arrested, put in jail, and you will then have to appear in court for your citation. If you are in need of your own mode of transportation after having your license revoked, it is much smarter to appeal for a reinstatement of your license and avoid driving at all costs. A drivers license reinstatement in IL means your license will no longer have any restrictions dictating if and when you are allowed to drive and you will be able to drive again with confidence.
It is important to seek help from experienced law professionals who understand how this reinstatement hearing process works. In every state, the Department of Motor Vehicles will have a different process of how to reinstate your driver’s license as well as different rules and conditions that might apply. In Illinois you are required to have a hearing to reinstate your license when revoked.
John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd understands how IL suspended or revoked license reinstatement works and we can be trusted to assist you in this process and help relieve you of this burden. When a person’s license becomes suspended or revoked, taking the steps towards reinstatement can be stressful if they do not know what they are doing. This is a legal process that must be done correctly. There can be no room for error. It is better to invest your time and money appropriately and efficiently by hiring an experienced attorney rather than attempting to complete this process alone. We understand the different rules in IL and have the legal experience needed in order to have your license reinstated.
Hiring the right attorney will increase your chances of securing a successful outcome. It is crucial to do your research and choose an attorney that has specific experience in this process and understands how to reinstate a driver’s license in IL. Because every state has different rules for reinstating a license, choosing an attorney who has long-term experience in the state of IL and who knows the state laws can make or break your license reinstatement success. If unsuccessful, your license will remain suspended or revoked and you will have to rely on other means of transportation until your suspension is up or your revocation is lifted at a future hearing.
We encourage all of our prospective clients to consult with us to see how we can help in having their license reinstated as quickly as possible. All clients deserve to feel comfortable with the attorney they have chosen to deliver honest and timely work and it is important to choose an attorney with an area of concentration in IL license reinstatement. By hiring a license reinstatement attorney, you can simplify and expedite the process of having your license reinstated and greatly increase the odds of being successful.