Michigan Suspended Drivers License Attorney

Michigan Traffic Violations Attorneys Help Save Driving Records

Traffic violations are more than simple nuisances or inconveniences. If you were charged with speeding or reckless driving, you should be aware of the consequences beyond the fines that you may pay if you are convicted. Your insurance premiums are likely to go up, and subsequent traffic tickets can lead to even more serious legal consequences such as a suspended driver's license.

Protect Your Driving Privileges

If you drive for a living or rely on your car to get to work, you are no doubt aware of how important your driving privileges actually are. Loss of your driving privileges because of traffic tickets or a DUI conviction may amount to relegating you to the ranks of second-class citizens.

Talk to a Lawyer About Restoration of Your Suspended Driver's License

You are advised to discuss your case with an experienced, knowledgeable traffic violations defense lawyer. You may be surprised at how we can help you get your traffic ticket reduced or dismissed — or obtain restoration of your suspended license. Perhaps you are from out of state and received a traffic ticket while driving through Michigan. Your CDL (commercial driver's license) may be at risk. A traffic ticket in Michigan could mean points on your driving record in your home state. We are available to represent you in traffic court — and you may not have to return to Michigan.

DLAD Representation · Driver's License Restoration

Perhaps your Michigan driving privileges have already been suspended by the Driver's License Appeal Division (DLAD). An experienced lawyer can help you explore all angles that may enable you to recover your driving privileges as soon as possible. Our traffic violation defense attorneys are available to advocate on your behalf in pursuit of driver's license restoration.

Contact us at Schwartz Law Firm in Farmington Hills to schedule a consultation regarding your traffic violations, driver's license suspension, driver's license revocation or other driving offenses or issues.