15 Dec New Laws to Help Clear Suspended Driver’s License
New Laws to Assist Drivers Get Valid Faster and Easier
If you have a suspended driver’s license, you know how hard it is to get back to valid, legal status. Unpaid tickets, failures to appear in court, and BMV reinstatement fees can make it feel impossible to get your license back. The attorneys at Chambers Law Office have been helping clients with a suspended driver’s license reinstate their driving privileges for nearly a decade, and now changes in Indiana law are making it easier for clients to get valid.
Beginning January 1, 2022, new laws will take effect that will make the process more streamlined to resolve outstanding unpaid traffic tickets, Failure to Appear suspensions, Failure to Pay suspensions, and Failure to File Insurance suspensions. While these suspensions won’t go away on their own, there are steps you may be able to take to resolve them faster so you can get back on the road legally.
Paying outstanding tickets can be expensive, and can actually create license suspensions that weren’t there before! Understanding how the BMV classifies tickets, points, and suspensions is complicated, and having an attorney on your side to explain the steps and help you navigate the process can mean the difference between getting a valid license, or extending the length of your suspension.
Driver’s License Suspension Lawyers
The attorneys at Chambers Law Office are experienced license suspension attorneys, ready to help you navigate the tricky waters of of the Indiana BMV. Figuring out which tickets to pay, how to waive BMV fees, and what type of insurance you need can be complicated and difficult. Luckily, our attorneys our former prosecutors, well versed in the laws and regulations of the BMV. Contact Chambers Law Office today to schedule a consultation and speak with one of our knowledgeable and dedicated attorneys.