Reinstate License Lawyer in West Palm Beach

A valid driver’s license is necessary to get to work, pick up your kids from school, and handle chores like grocery shopping. Thus, if your license has been suspended or revoked, every task outside of your home becomes a serious challenge. Fortunately, you might be able to remedy your situation with help from a West Palm Beach license reinstatement lawyer.

First, your lawyer will review the reason for the suspension or revocation and evaluate the possible legal remedies. Then you can take action to reclaim your driving privileges.

With more than 34 years of experience, Ronald S. Chapman has helped countless clients navigate the legal system. Reach out to the firm today to discuss your circumstances.

Grounds for Revoking or Suspending a License

Your license can be suspended or revoked for a myriad of reasons, including:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Failing to pay child support
  • Causing death or injury while driving
  • Accumulating too many points on your license
  • Driving without auto insurance

This is far from a complete list of possible reasons for your suspension. Contact our West Palm Beach lawyer today to discuss options to reinstate your driver’s license.

License Reinstatement Process

The process to reinstate a license varies depending on why it was suspended or revoked. If it was suspended due to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, your West Palm Beach license reinstatement lawyer can request a hearing within 10 days of the arrest. Then the lawyer can present a case to challenge the suspension.

On the other hand, if past-due child support or another unmet financial obligation is the reason for the suspension, your attorney can work to set up a payment plan so you can catch up. Then you can take steps to get your license back.

While these are general examples, your attorney needs to discuss the specifics surrounding your case. Thus, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation with a lawyer.

Applying For A Hardship License

If your driver’s license is suspended,, you might still be eligible for a hardship license. Florida offers two types of hardship licenses. First, you can apply for a business license to allow you to drive when completing necessary activities, such as commuting to work and school. You can also use this to go to medical visits, attend religious services,, and drive at work if your job requires it.

A work purposes only hardship license is the second option. If approved, you can use it to drive to and from work, but you cannot drive anywhere else.

It will be much easier to state your case after hiring a license reinstatement lawyer in West Palm Beach. Contact our firm today for a one-on-one consultation with an attorney.


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  • Over 34 Years of Experience – Ronald S. Chapman has represented clients facing both state and federal charges since 1990, and he has had more than 200 trials.
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  • Represents Clients in State and Federal Court – While some West Palm Beach criminal defense lawyers handle only state charges or federal charges, Ronald S. Chapman handles both types of charges ranging from state-level assault charges to federal-level drug trafficking and white-collar crimes.
  • Bilingual Legal Services – Ronald S. Chapman provides legal services in English and Spanish, so you won’t have any trouble communicating with him.

Driving On A Suspended Or Revoked License

It is important to avoid driving if your license is suspended or revoked. If you are caught driving, you could be fined, sentenced to jail, and put on probation. Instead of taking that risk, let our West Palm Beach lawyer help you reinstate your license. If the process is successful, you will be able to drive legally.

Work Directly With An Attorney To Restore Your Privileges

As a sole proprietor, Ronald S. Chapman works directly with clients to reinstate their driving privileges. You will not have to worry about being handed off to a staff member or changing attorneys in the middle of your case. Instead, our West Palm Beach license reinstatement lawyer will go over the details with you and then guide you through the process. First, though, you need to schedule a consultation, so reach out to our firm today.

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West Palm Beach, August 24, 2016 To Attorney Ronald S. Chapman and his assistant Elizabeth, I, Francisco Cruz, hereby wish to express my most sincere and infinite gratitude for the great work, support, and attention you gave to my problem in Court. Because of your work and professional experience, I gained a favorable outcome. So I repeat again that I am very grateful and satisfied with you for giving me your professional support. Thank you so much.
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