We Help You Reinstate Your Driver's License

You can lose your driver's license for a variety of reasons, including drunk driving, too many traffic violations and failure to pay child support. The path to reinstating your license in Illinois often involves formal court hearings, a process that can be difficult for many individuals to navigate without a lawyer.

At The Law Office of John Randal Kopp, P.C., we often hear from people who have tried to go through the reinstatement process with the Office of the Secretary of State on their own, only to find they are not ready for the formal hearing. Many people have their petitions denied because they don't understand exactly how the reinstatement process works. We will make sure you are prepared for the formal hearing and all aspects of the process.

Be Prepared For Your Hearing

If your driver's license was revoked after a DUI, do you remember exactly how many drinks you had that night years ago? This is the type of detail you may be expected to recall exactly at your hearing — and these details can determine whether your petition fails or succeeds. Working with a lawyer can help you ensure that these details are consistent.

Drawing on in-depth knowledge of the driver's license reinstatement process, John R. Kopp can help you prepare for your hearing. Learn what questions you can expect to be asked, and why.

Don't Risk A Denial: Get Help Reinstating Your License Today

Before you petition the secretary of state to reinstate your license, give us a call at 630-448-2777 or contact us online for a free consultation. You can meet our attorney at our Geneva office or at meeting space in Chicago or the northern, western or southern suburbs.

Have your driving abstract or driving record available when you call us. We will review your record to find out all the reasons the secretary of state suspended or revoked your license and help you decide whether you need an informal or formal hearing.