Driver’s License Reinstatement


If your Michigan driver’s license has been suspended or revoked for  being a habitual OWI offender, or for a different reason, you may need to go to the Driver Assessment and Appeal Division or Circuit Court and have an appeal hearing before you can get your Michigan driver’s license reinstated . Edward J. Nykiel, an experienced license reinstatement attorney can guide you through this process to help to ensure that your application for reinstatement of your Michigan driver’s license is properly prepared.

Many people who try to obtain a driver’s license reinstatement  without an experienced attorney lose their cases. This can create a bigger problem because any subsequent hearing will take findings from the first case into consideration. Credibility problems can be created in the first hearing and any ensuing hearing will be even more difficult to win than the first. It is important to be represented by a skilled license reinstatement lawyer who knows how to correctly present the facts of your case to get your license back.

The hearings are resolved before the Michigan Secretary of State’s Driver Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD). Ed Nykiel, a skilled license reinstatement attorney, knows how to prepare you for your DAAD hearing.

Ed Nykiel is an experienced license reinstatement lawyer who understands that your ability to drive is more than a luxury; it is a necessity. To ensure that your Michigan driver’s license is reinstated, contact Nykiel Law today. For a free initial consultation and flexible appointment availability.

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