Friday, January 18, 2019

Questions to Ask When Looking for a License Appeals Attorney

Clients should ask potential clients these questions when looking for a license appeals attorney:

“What is your success rate in these hearings over the last 5 years?  10 years?  20 years?”

“How many hearings on average do you conduct in a month?  Year?”

“Can you show me statistics to prove your success?”

“What makes you different from other attorneys when it comes to license appeals?”

There is no “magical formula” for how driver’s license appeals are won in Michigan.  Instead, success in these hearings requires a lot of hard work, dedication, attention to detail and preparation.  And, a client’s chances of success increase dramatically by using an actual license appeals specialist to guide them.  Asking the questions above will help clients find the best option for help—at a time when they need it most.  After all, the importance of having a license to live, to work, to provide is immeasurable.  So, having the best license appeals attorney to assist is also immeasurable in its importance.

For a dedicated, experienced and successful license appeals attorney in Michigan, please contact Dan Geherin and his team at GLG Michigan.  We’re available 24/7, and will help put you at ease, form a plan to handle the appeal, and fight aggressively to restore your license.  Visit us at, or call 24/7 (734) 263-2780.

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Dan Geherin's Experience in License Reinstatement

Daniel T. Geherin has close to a 98% success rate in winning license appeals over the past two decades.  In the last 10 years alone, he has helped put hundreds of clients back on the road lawfully and legally.  And, to prove that these results are legitimate, he even posts the case numbers of successful appeals on his website ( so that potential clients can see his extensive success.  He has taught other attorneys about driver’s license appeals in numerous seminars, and has written a book, Michigan Drunk Driving and Driver’s License Restoration Handbook, on how to protect and restore a license following a drunk driving arrest in Michigan. 

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Secure Your Driver’s License Reinstatement in Ann Arbor

drivers license reinstatement ann arborHas your driver’s license been revoked? Are you having a hard time getting it back? You need professional legal assistance for driver’s license reinstatement in Ann Arbor. The process is very complicated so make sure you’re asking the right questions of your legal representation:

  • “How can you help me with a driver’s license reinstatement?”
  • “Will you look at my Michigan Driving Record free of charge to see if you can help?”
  • “Are you a license reinstatement specialist?”
  • “How many license reinstatements have you won this month, or this year?”

Click Here to learn more about the processes of driver’s license reinstatement in Ann Arbor.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Learn More About Driver’s License Reinstatement in Ann Arbor

drivers license reinstatement ann arborSuspended licenses often have a starting and ending point, and driver’s license reinstatement is often rather easy - wait until eligible, pay a reinstatement fee, and return to the road. Driver’s licenses that have been revoked are much different - there is no ending point (only an eligibility date), and typically the license reinstatement is very difficult. You must accumulate paperwork, submit it to the Secretary of State, and then you must testify in front of a Hearing Judge to prove you deserve your license back.

The process isn’t easy – turn to an experienced legal professional you can trust. 

Attorney Daniel T. Geherin has over 20 years of experience in the area of driver’s license reinstatement in the Ann Arbor area. If you’ve lost your license, don’t wait to Contact Us or give us a call anytime day or night at (734) 263-2780.

Monday, November 12, 2018

Know the Rules to Reinstate a Michigan Driver’s License

michigan driver's license reinstatementThe process of reinstating a revoked license isn’t as easy as if it were restricted or suspended. The Michigan Administrative Code Rule 257.313 or “Rule 13” sets the benchmarks each person must prove as well as the standards of proof:

  • At least 12 months of complete and continuous abstinence from alcohol and controlled substances. 
  • Proof of low or minimal relapse risk.
  • Proof of low or minimal reoffending 
  • Proof that the person’s substance abuse problems are under control.

Attaining a successful Michigan driver’s license reinstatement is an arduous task to complete on your own. Having an attorney like Daniel T. Geherin of Geherin Law Group on your side will help. With over 20 years of experience assisting Michigan driver’s license reinstatements, Daniel and his team will walk you through the processes of requesting a reinstatement hearing, review your documentation, and work to help you prepare ahead of your hearing before a judge.

Call Geherin Law Group today at (734) 263-2780 and the start the process of getting your license reinstated.

Friday, November 2, 2018

Understanding Michigan Driver’s License Reinstatement

michigan driver's license reinstatementIf you’ve had your license restricted or suspended due to point-accumulation, criminal or traffic offences, or due to a poor driving record – it should automatically be reinstated after a small fee has been paid. However, if your license has been revoked, the process to regain your driving privileges is much more complicated. You need to:

  • Understand what you have to do to prove in order to have your license reinstated. 
  • Know the standard of proof. 
  • Know who makes the final decision.

Attorney Daniel T. Geherin has over 20 years of experience as a license appeals specialist conducting over 1,000 reinstatement hearings. He knows the rules and regulations and will work with you to help prove your compliance.

Get the process of reinstating your license started today by giving Daniel and his team at the Geherin Law Group at (734) 263-2780.

Friday, October 5, 2018


When a criminal arrest/conviction or collateral license issue threatens your ability to drive, you need an attorney who not only handles criminal defense but also specializes in license cases.  To help determine the best licensing attorney in Ann Arbor, please ask these questions:

“Are you also a driver’s license specialist, or just a criminal attorney?”

“What is your success rate at the Secretary of State over the past 10 or 20 years?”

“How often do you appear before the Secretary of State Hearing Judges?”

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