If you’ve read one of our previous blogs, you’ll have seen some of the ways that you can get your license suspended. Most of the reasons to get your license suspended are avoidable, except a medical issue. If you find end up getting your license suspended anyway, here are the steps you should take.
Read Your Suspension Notice – The first thing you should do when after a license suspension is to read the notice itself. This will outline why exactly your license has been suspended, as well as tell you how to get your license back. This will vary based on the offense—a medical condition and DWI will have very different courses of action.
Call A Trusted Lawyer – The very next thing you should do is to call Aaronson Law Firm, since we are well versed in license suspension law. We can walk you through what you need for each case, and fight for your license back. There are a number of tools at your disposal, like contesting or appealing the suspension.
Pay Any Fees – Getting your license reinstated will come with fees that you will likely have to pay to complete the process. Texas.gov allows you to pay fees online and is a good site to expedite the process.
Permanently Fix the Issue – If you lost your license because of a DUI/DWI, ensure it doesn’t happen again by changing your behavior. If it was suspended for child support payment, be sure to pay child support or contact us if you have issues with your current agreement. Just make sure to take corrective action so you stay on the road after getting your license back.
A vehicle is almost crucial in El Paso; without one, many people would be unable to get to work or provide for their family. Aaronson Law Firm wants to get keep you on the road so you can do what’s important to you. Contact us if you need help with your license suspension case.