Driver’s License

Is Your Driver’s License Suspended?

 

Are you having a tough time getting to-and-from work? Is your inability to drive preventing you from spending quality time with your children? Are you currently fantasizing about a lifestyle that does not involve constantly bumming rides from friends and family? If your license has been suspended, there is a very good chance that you qualify for Indiana’s new Specialized Driving Privileges.

Do You Qualify for Specialized Driving Privileges?

Indiana’s Specialized Driving Privileges are broadly available and very inclusive. Although the law is only a few years old, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm have already used it to help hundreds of clients get back behind the wheel.

If the BMV has declared you a Habitual Traffic Violator (HTV), the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving again!

If you are in trouble for driving without a valid license, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving again!

If you are in trouble for driving without insurance, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving again!

If your license has been suspended for life, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving again!

If your lifetime suspension has been effective for more than 10 years, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely convince the Judge to rescind your suspension!

Finally, if you are facing a license suspension as the result of an OVWI charge, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving again! The main exception to this general rule is where the police are claiming you refused a chemical test.

IN SHORT, IF YOUR LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, INDIANA’S SPECIALIZED DRIVING PRIVILEGES LAWS PROBABLY APPLY TO YOU.

Call Suspended Driver’s License Attorneys with the Marc Lopez at 317-632-3642 to start the process of getting back on the road again. When you call, please have your BMV driving record handy. Here are instructions on obtaining your BMV record.