There are several ways that residents of Illinois can work towards having their IL license reinstated. If a suspension is short term, some residents will choose to be patient and wait it out. Of course this is not possible for everyone, which is why so many people come to us for help regarding driver’s license reinstatement in Illinois.
At John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd., we have over 23 years of experience handling all types of revocations and suspensions.
For most people, other than the health of their family, nothing is more important than having a valid Illinois Driver’s License. There are however serious criminal repercussions from being caught driving when your Illinois driver’s license is either revoked or suspended.
If you are considering driving without a valid driver’s license because you think there are no other options, contact our law office first. We can help you with the reinstatement process.
Through our years of experience we have come to understand how very important it is for people to have a valid Illinois Driver’s License. Having your IL license revoked or suspended can cost you your job, your house and sometimes even your family. That is why at our firm we take the job of helping you get your IL driver’s license back very seriously.
At John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd., we can also help you apply for a Hardship or Probationary License. If losing your license means that you cannot get to and from work, seek medical treatment, or take care of a loved one with medical needs, you could qualify for a hardship license. If you qualify for a probationary permit you will be allowed to drive 6 days a week, 12 hours a day for any reason.
We understand what is required of the applicant in order to be approved for a probationary or hardship license in IL.
Having your drivers license taken away can be a major setback in terms of going about your daily activities. You will need your IL drivers license reinstated in order to work, to drive children to and from daycare, to buy groceries, and to maintain relationships with friends and family. The law offices of John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. are dedicated to reinstating your IL drivers license in the most efficient and timely manner possible.
We understand that every situation is different. Our firm is available to work with you to explore how to in a timely manner reinstate your IL drivers license following the incident that caused it to be taken away. Our firm brings a proven track record and the kind of knowledge and expertise that your case requires to give you the best chance of having your IL drivers license reinstated. The professionals at John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. understand how important having a license is to your daily life.
Your IL drivers license may take some time to reinstate depending on the specifics of your case, but we specialize in knowing the process, filing the paperwork, securing a hearing date, as well as making sure your testimony is sound.
The process of having your IL drivers license reinstated can be a daunting and stressful experience. Our firm is here to help expedite the process so you can turn your attention to the changes that you will have to make in your daily life until your IL drivers license is once again reinstated. We will provide you with the details that you need to know in order to head down the path to an IL license reinstatement and will remain available to you throughout the process if you have any questions or concerns along the way. Our goal is the same as yours: IL drivers license reinstatement in the shortest possible timeframe.
If you would like to learn how our firm can help have your IL license reinstated, contact us today for a FREE 30 minute consultation.
Our firm will guide you through all phases of the Illinois Drivers License Reinstatement process. Our goal is not to take you to a Secretary of State hearing, our goal is to get you APPROVED at a Secretary of State hearing. Please click on the following links for more information on IL License Reinstatement, IL DUI License Suspension, IL Revoked License, or a IL Hardship License.