Illinois Driving Record Review
Do you need help understanding your Illinois driving record? Are you tired of waiting in long lines at the DMV or sitting on hold with the Secretary of State? Driving abstracts can be extremely complex. Often, there are multiple steps that must be taken in order for you to reinstate a suspended or revoked Illinois driver's license and obtain a valid license or driving permit.
The driver’s license attorneys at The Davis Law Group, P.C. are able to obtain your official Illinois driving record and provide a thorough review and professional advice as to the steps necessary to reinstate your license or obtain a hardship permit.
For a one-time flat fee, the attorneys at The Davis Law Group, P.C. will:
- Obtain your record from the Secretary of State and provide you with a copy;
- Analyze and identify all outstanding issues that appear on your driving record;
- Forward you a detailed written report on these issues including the steps that must be taken by you to terminate any holds on your license including:
- The reason for any suspensions, revocations or other license hold;
- Any outstanding fines/costs due, the case numbers, court address/phone number and where to send payment;
- Any stops due to your failure to appear on previous tickets, again with the ticket number, court address/phone number and steps to be taken to place the case back on the court call;
- If a hearing is required to address a suspension/revocation, the steps needed to request a hearing and documents that may be required.
- Any reinstatement fees that must be paid and where to send payment.
There are many offenses that can cause a suspension, revocation, or cancellation of an Illinois driver’s license. A revocation may be caused by a conviction on a number of offenses including DUI, Fleeing and Eluding, or Street Racing. A suspension may be caused by too many moving violations, a failure to appear in court, possessing a fraudulent ID, or a statutory summary suspension. A cancellation may be caused by fraud, which may later be followed by a suspension. You may be unable to renew your current Illinois driver’s license due to your failure to pay a ticket or court fines. There are a variety of other reasons that can cause issues with your Illinois driver’s license.Are we Able to Represent You in Court or Before the Secretary of State?
The driving abstract review service provided by The Davis Law Group, P.C. does not include representation in court or in an administrative hearing before the Secretary of State, which may be required in order to obtain driving privileges. However, after we obtain, review, and interpret your Illinois driving record, you may decide that you would like our representation. Many times it is possible to reopen a case in court, or appear on your behalf before the Secretary of State, in order to remove a driver’s license revocation, suspension or cancellation. We are happy to provide a free consultation and quote you a fee for any additional services.Contact Us Today
The Illinois driver’s license attorneys at The Davis Law Group, P.C. are here to help. We can be reached via our contact form or by calling (847) 390-8500. If you are just looking to obtain your official Illinois driving record online click here. Let us help you get your driving privileges back on track, contact us today.
Note: This service is limited to a review of your Illinois record and identification of issues relating to suspensions, revocations, cancellations or other stops on your record. We will provide a report to you together with the steps that need to be taken. We do not check out-of-state records that may cause a stop on your Illinois record. Additionally, in certain limited cases, we may determine that you are not eligible for the restoration of your driving privileges. If so, we will advise you of that fact and the reason(s).
If your situation requires an appearance in court or hearing before the Office of the Secretary of State, we will advise you of this fact. This service does not include such representation. Our firm must be retained for any additional representation outside of the scope of your driving record review.