Is Your Driver License Revoked or Suspended
Is your driver's license revoked in the State of Illinois for DUI? Have you tried for license reinstatement on your own and been denied? Don’t go it alone. You need an experienced top rated driver license reinstatement attorney to represent you at your administrative hearing. This firm has the experience to get your license back in your hands and get you back on the road again. We have helped hundreds of clients regain their driving privileges. Dont delay in contact our firm for your free consultation.
Whether you are looking for a restricted driving permit to get you to work, or whether you need full reinstatement of your driving license privileges, we can help. With our experience, we will guide you through the difficult process of preparing you and presenting your case to the Illinois Secretary of State at the required administrative hearing. The State is looking for specific things at these hearings and a client without an experienced attorney, will likely result in a denial of your permit or full reinstatement. You need an experienced license reinstatement lawyer on your side and Jack L. Zaremba is that attorney. With over 20 years of legal experience, we will get you driving again.
Knowledge and Preparation
At the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba, we have helped hundreds of people get their licenses back on the first try by relying on our experience and preparation. Because of our experience, we know what the Secretary of State expects to hear during the administrative hearing process. We are involved in preparation from the very beginning. When you hire our firm, we will prepare you for the drug and alcohol evaluation to make sure you get started on the right foot. We will also schedule the hearing for you and prepare you for the questions you will encounter at your hearing. Don't trust your future to just any driver's license reinstatement lawyer. Hire our firm for our experience and preparation.
Driver License Reinstatement Hearing
Everyone whose license is revoked must attend an administrative hearing with the secretary of state to start driving again. It doesn't matter whether you have one (1) or multiple DUI's in your background, our firm knows how to get your license back. Our top-tier attorney and founder, Jack L. Zaremba, will walk you through this difficlut and complex process. The Illinois Secretary of State has their own skilled trial attorneys, so don't go it alone. Get the representation you need at your driver's license reinstatement hearing. See our Illinois Reinstatement Process for more information for in state Illinois clients.
Out Of State Illinois Driver's License Hold
Even if you no longer live in Illinois and are now an out-of-state resident, Illinois still places a hold on your license and prevents you from getting a new driver's license in your home state. Even if you have paid all your fines, completed all of your court cases, and are now clear to get a license from your home state, you still have to deal with the State of Illinois in order to remove the hold on your own license. The State of Illinois places that hold in the national database system which prevents all other states from issuing you a new license. Our firm is experienced and specialized in helping out-of-state Illinois residents remove that hold on their license so that they can get driving again.
The biggest question we encounter from our out-of-state clients is ..."Do I need to come to Illinois to get this done". And the answer is No. From getting the documents necessary to sit for the hearing, to having the in person hearing with an administrative judge, you won't need to step a foot in the State of Illinois. Our firm is one of the firms authorized to conduct your administrative hearing ONLINE so that you never have to come back to Illinois again. Couple that with our ability to have you complete any evaluations and any other documentation required online as well, our firm has made this process as easy as possible.
See our Out-of-State Driver's License FAQ for more information and to get a general overview of the most common questions.
Schedule your Free Consultation Today
We know that you need to drive. Don't delay in contacting our firm. We can schedule evening and weekend appointments if necessary and we also offer Zoom calls for our out of state clients. Our office is conveniently located downtown Joliet next to Metra and within steps of the Will County Courthouse and Secretary of State administrative hearing office. Contact us today online for your free consultation or at (815) 740-4025.