There are many reasons why someone might have lost their driving privileges in Ohio and one of the most common questions I get from clients is "how do I quickly get my driver's license back?" The answer to this question largely depends on the type of license suspension you are facing. At the Law Offices of Attorneys Jaye Schlachet and Eric Levy we have the knowledge and experience necessary to get you back on the road quickly and affordably.
In Cleveland and elsewhere in Ohio there are many different types of suspension which might be preventing someone from obtaining a valid driver's license. These suspensions include: Administrative License Suspension (for OVI/DUI/Drinking and Driving); 12-Point Suspension; Non-Compliance Suspension (for failure to have valid automobile insurance); Judgment Suspensions; Warrant Blocks; Court Suspensions; Child Support Suspensions; CDL License Suspensions and others. Often these Ohio driver's license suspensions come with hefty reinstatement fees and other reinstatement requirements. Therefore, it is important to contact competent legal counsel regarding your specific situation. Luckily, with the right guidance, there is a good likelihood that we can help get you back to driving legally in the near future.
It is important to contact legal counsel as quickly as possible when you receive notice that your license is going to be suspended. With proper notice there are often appeals or other available strategies that we can employ so that you don't immediately lose your driver's license. If your license is already suspended in the Cleveland, Ohio area do not lose hope. There are new procedures available that can allow you to get driving privileges without costly court involvement. In certain situations, such as when you are only precluded from obtaining a valid driver's license due to outstanding reinstatement fees, you can seek reinstatement plans and the return of full driving privileges in Northeast Ohio at the Parma, Ohio office of the Ohio BMV.
If you face an ALS suspension imposed on BMV Form 2255 after being stopped for drinking and driving do not wait to contact an attorney. With the help of counsel there are ways to challenge and seek a stay of the Administrative License Suspension. Additionally, under the newly enacted Annie's Law there are extensive driving privileges now available to those charged with an OVI offense.
Regardless of the reason for your license suspension, if you live in the greater Cleveland, Ohio or neighboring areas and you have a suspended Ohio driver's license call our office today to schedule a consultation to see how we can get you legally driving, fast. We have helped countless individuals to legally get back on the road even with multiple suspensions and thousands of dollars owed in reinstatement fees. Don't drive another day without a valid Ohio driver's license without calling The Law Offices of Jaye Schlachet and Eric Levy at (216) 456-2488 Ext. 3.