Want Your Driving Privileges Restored?

For most of us, driving a vehicle is a daily necessity. From getting to work, attending medical appointments and running errands — our activities require that we have transportation. When you have lost your driving privileges due to traffic violations, it can affect your life in many ways. You may now have to rely on family members to drive you around. You may now have to deal with slow and unreliable public transportation. Or, you may have lost your job as a commercial vehicle driver because you no longer have a driver's license.

Regardless of how you are affected, it is important to understand that you do have options to restore your driver's license. However, you must know that the government sees driving as a privilege and not a right. So your best chance at regaining these privileges is to consult with an experienced attorney.

Revoked Or Suspended License?

At G. M. Gabry Law, we help individuals throughout the greater Kalamazoo area fight to get their Michigan driver's licenses back. Contact us if you lost your license due to:

  • Being charged with DUI: If you were convicted of drunk driving, you will face a mandatory loss of license.
  • Refusing to take a Breathalyzer test: If a police officer pulls you over and suspects you were driving while drunk, he or she will request that you take a Breathalyzer test. If you refuse, you can lose your license for one to three years.
  • A medical problem or age-related disability: Medical providers and family members often report patients and loved ones to the secretary of state if they think that person is unfit to drive due to age or a medical condition. This can result in a loss of driving privileges.

Seeking a driver's license restoration is an administrative matter, not a criminal matter. So it is important to work with a lawyer who has this administrative experience. Gary has been practicing law for more than 30 years and has successfully helped many past clients regain their driving privileges through the administrative process.

Get Your License Back. Contact Us To Learn How.

Each case is unique and has differing circumstances. Regaining restricted or full driving privileges will depend on the specific factors in your matter, so we encourage you to talk directly with our attorney to learn more about your options.

Schedule a free consultation by calling G. M. Gabry Law at 269-389-9113, or by filling out our online inquiry form. We represent clients throughout southwest Michigan, including the cities of Kalamazoo and Portage.