License Suspension in Fort Worth

Has your license been suspended?

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A liscence suspension in Fort Worth, also known as an Administrative License Revocation, is sometimes enacted when you are pulled over while using an invalid license, or if you have received citations for driving while license invalid (DWLI) several times before. The suspension of your license means that you’re no longer legally permitted to operate a vehicle during the time your license is suspended.

Like most Americans, you probably rely on your vehicle in order to make a living, even if it’s just for commuting; if you need your license suspension lifted, give us a call today for a free consultation. We may be able to help you get your license back, or at least attain an occupational license.

If your license is suspended, you will likely be required to pay a $100 reinstatement fee to the Texas Department of Motor Safety. You always have the right to contest your license suspension.

An occupational license may be an option if you rely on your ability to drive in order to make a living; this will allow you to drive (only) to and from your place of work.

If you need a license suspension lawyer in Fort Worth, an attorney experienced with such cases may be able to help you regain your license, shorten the suspension, or to work out an alternative with the courts.

Common Reasons for License Suspension

There are several reasons that that a license may be suspended, including one or a combination of the following:

  1. Omni Holds: Failure to take care of a traffic ticket or fine
  2. Surcharges: Surcharges are additional fees assessed by the state of Texas for convictions on certain offenses, including DWI, DWLI, FMFR (no insurance) and no driver's license tickets
  3. Departmental Suspension: An automatic suspension following a conviction for DWLI, certain alcohol and drug offenses or failure to blow
  4. No Insurance Conviction: Failure to provide proof of SR22 insurance following a conviction for a FMFR (no-insurance) citation or causing an accident without insurance
  5. Medical Condition: Certain medical conditions or disabilities
  6. Habitual Traffic Suspension: An accumulation of too many points under the Texas Driver Responsibility Program.

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