Call A Lawyer If You Receive “Suspension Letter” From the DMV
December 28, 2009

In Southern California, a driver’s license is almost as important to your livelihood as actually having a job. Losing your license can mean certain unemployment to people who need to get to work and can’t reasonably use public transportation. So, it’s not surprising that a sense of panic sets in when you get a “suspension notice” from the Department of Motor Vehicles. When this happens you need to immediately contact lawyers that have tremendous experience in DMV hearing defense.

The DMV can attempt to suspend or revoke your driving privilege for many reasons. The “suspension notice” normally will provide you with the legal basis upon which the DMV is acting. The good news is you have an absolute right to a lawyer to assist you before replying to the DMV. You will be provided a “limited window of time” in which to demand a DMV hearing. You should contact our California DMV hearing attorneys before you contact the DMV so we can advise you how best to approach this serious legal matter.

Wallin & Klarich has successfully represented hundreds of persons who were facing the loss of their driving privilege. Don’t hesitate to contact Wallin & Klarich today for an evaluation of your DMV case. Call us today, toll free at (877) 466-5245.

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