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Bucks County Driver's License Restoration Lawyer

Ready to Get Your License Back?

Every year, tens of thousands of people in Pennsylvania lose their driving privileges due to a drunk driving / DUI offense, unpaid traffic or parking tickets, or from being caught driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Sometimes people who've had their license revoked don't know or don't remember why-it may have been years ago. But now life has changed and they have jobs that require them to drive, or family commitments that make driving essential.

The only question in their mind is, "How do I get my license back?"

If you'd like to get your driver's license restored, Bucks County driver's license restoration attorney Niels C. Eriksen Jr. can help.

Your Guide Through the System

At The Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC, we have been helping people find their way around traffic court and the Pennsylvania criminal justice system for 15 years. We can help you get your driver's license restored by guiding you through the process and ensuring that the initial charge and sentence that caused your license revocation has now been handled.

PENNDOT is not very helpful. You won't find clear instructions on their Web site and if you talk to a person, you may not get all the facts. When you work with us, you will receive an accurate picture of your license status: why your license was suspended, how long the suspension was to be enforced and how much time you have remaining (if any). We can tell you whether there are any outstanding tickets or incomplete orders.

Then we can review with you what needs to be done to get your license back.

  • You may need to go back to court.
  • You may need to clear up unpaid or forgotten tickets.
  • You may need to pay necessary license restoration fees.

Whether your license was taken away because of a DUI, too many traffic violations or for any other reason, our Bucks County law firm is ready to do what it takes to get it restored.

Can't Get Your License Restored Yet?

PENN-DOT has a number of different types of driver's licenses and, based upon your situation you may qualify for a provisional license, a work license, or a probationary license. It's one possible stop along the way to getting your full driving privileges back.

Contact a Philadelphia License Suspension Attorney

To find out how to get your license back, along with an important part of your life, call Bucks County lawyer Niels C. Eriksen at 215-375-7914 or toll free 877-880-8123. You can also contact our law firm online.

Office Location

The Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC
The Lofts at Oxford Valley
174 Middletown Boulevard,
Suite 300 Langhorne, PA 19047
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Phone: (215) 375-7914
Fax: (215) 750-8054

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