If your license is suspended, you must obtain an occupational license in order to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. The process of obtaining an occupational license can be confusing, complicated, stressful, and tenuous. However, our experienced lawyers and support staff can effectively guide you through the process so that you can get back on the road quickly and for less cost than you expect.
One part of the occupational license process involves reinstatement fees. In order to obtain the hard copy occupational license from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), you must pay all reinstatement fees in advance. Reinstatement fees are administrative costs related to the type of suspension(s) applied to your situation. For example, if your license was suspended for too many no insurance convictions, you must pay a Safety Responsibility (SR) Reinstatement fee. If your license was suspended for too many points on your driving record, you must pay a Driver Improvement (DI) Reinstatement fee. There is also the Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Reinstatement fee.
The fees will not prevent you from obtaining a court order authorizing DPS to issue an occupational license. However, DPS will not issue you the actual hard copy of the occupational license until after all reinstatement fees have been paid in full. Part of our pricing and service includes the payment of reinstatement fees. Some firms will bait clients into their office with advertised low fees for an occupational license only to have the client hit over the head with unexpected and unexplained costs and fees after they have hired the law firm. We do not play any games and offer up front pricing and disclosure about our occupational license fees and costs. No hidden costs with our office.
We offer free consultations regarding occupational licenses. Call today to reserve your time.