In the last several years, a number of changes have taken place in the law. These changes have produced a variety of reasons your driving privileges can be suspended or revoked, including tougher drinking and driving laws. You may be eligible for a temporary “hardship permit,” which would allow you to drive under certain terms and conditions even while suspended.
The Secretary of State has a prosecutor and hearing officer, who makes finding of fact and recommends granting or denying driving privileges. Any doubt by the Secretary of State as to the applicant’s ability to be a safe and responsible driver is fatal to securing driving relief.
In addition to his focus on medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, and personal injury, Mark D. Hassakis also provides clients assistance in helping clients to get their driver’s license reinstated. This portion of the practice takes Mr. Hassakis to the Secretary of State hearings in Chicago, Joliet, and Mt. Vernon. Having the right attorney represent you will drastically increase the chances of success.