MICHIGAN DRIVER'S LICENSE RESTORATION ATTORNEY
SUSPENDED - REVOKED LICENSE LAWYERS - WE CAN HELP!
In Michigan, a driver's license is a necessity, not a luxury. The attorneys at Grabel & Associates realize that a client can't get to work, fulfill family obligations, or get to a place of worship without a driver's license. When a Michigan resident has his or her driver's license suspended or revoked, our driver's license restoration attorneys are ready to help. If your license has been suspended or revoked because of multiple incidents of driving under the influence (DUI) or operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI), please contact us today for a free consultation. You will receive a clear explanation of the process of driver's license restoration in Michigan. Don’t let a driver's license suspension stand in the way of getting your life back on track. A lawyer from Grabel & Associates has the expertise to get your license reinstated. An attorney is available 24/7 to answer your questions and explain our proven approach to being successful at a driver's license review hearing.
Our Lawyers Have a Proven Track Record of Winning Driver's License Hearings Throughout Michigan
Our team of dedicated attorneys have been successful in over 97% of the hundreds of Michigan driver's license review hearings in which we represented clients whose licenses had been suspended or revoked. Our firm's success is the result of extensive preparation and a clear understanding of the laws involved. Grabel & Associates' attorneys have successfully represented clients in front of every Hearings Officer and every Driver Assessment & Appeal Division (DAAD) throughout the state of Michigan. Our lawyers will help you gather all the information necessary for success at a hearing or administrative review, ensure that the necessary paperwork is filled out correctly and completely and fully prepare you for the hearing. Our lawyers excel in tailoring their arguments to the particular facts in your case. With a Grabel & Associates' attorney in your corner, you will be fully prepared when your hearing date arrives in the mail.
Written Guarantee- Our Attorneys Get It Right the First Time
In Michigan, people are generally limited to filing only one driver's license restoration petition per year. If a petition is unsuccessful, you have to wait another year before filing another request. However, Grabel & Associates provides clients a written guarantee: If we don't succeed in getting your driver's license restored at the first hearing, we will represent you at no charge in any future hearings--until your driving privileges are restored. It is therefore in our interest, as well as yours, to succeed the first time around, avoiding the misery of another year without a driver's license (for you) and unpaid work (for us). Our reputation for outstanding results has been built on the strength of our guaranteed efforts.
Free Initial Consultation with an Attorney 24/7
Contact us today to discuss the details of your situation and find out whether you are eligible for a hearing or for an administrative review before the Michigan Driver Assessment and Appeal Division. If you are, and you entrust us with your case, we will immediately send you an information packet and begin the process of scheduling your review hearing. In most cases, such hearings are scheduled within six to eight weeks from the date when the petition for a hearing reaches the Michigan Secretary of State's office.
If your driver's license has been revoked or suspended and you are ready to begin the restoration process, please review the additional information on our website and contact the experienced and dedicated Michigan attorneys at Grabel & Associates right away. With lawyers throughout the entire state of Michigan, Grabel & Associates handles driver's license matters in all 83 counties.
Contact us 24/7 by calling 1-800-677-9795 (toll free) or filling out and submitting our online "Contact Us" form.
Please note: Recently DLAD/DAAD changed their name to the Administrative Hearings Section (AHS). Common use of the name AHS has not yet been widely accepted and the entity responsible for driver’s license hearings is still referred to as DLAD/DAAD in almost all legal areas, which is why we continue to use the term “DLAD/DAAD” throughout our website. More information about this change can be found at the Michigan Secretary of State’s website here.