Accidents with Property Damage

Accidents with Property Damage

Handling PENNDOT License Suspensions After Auto Accidents

If you leave the scene of an accident involving damage to another vehicle or a property, the state may try to suspend your license. Leaving the scene of an accident, sometimes known as hit and run, is a serious matter and can also bring criminal charges. Even after you deal with the matter in court, your driving privileges may still be in jeopardy.

At The Law Offices Of Basil D. Beck III, I represent drivers who have received suspension notices from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. I help people who are facing administrative license suspensions as a result of leaving the scene of an accident.

Leaving the scene of an accident can result in an administrative loss of license for six months to one year. To contest a PENNDOT license suspension, you must respond to their notice within 30 days of the mail date. To file an effective challenge to an administrative drivers’ license suspension, call an experienced Pennsylvania drivers’ license attorney.

My Norristown law office serves drivers from all walks of life who depend on their Pennsylvania drivers’ license. I am accessible to clients throughout the Philadelphia metro area. I respond to all phone calls promptly and offer a powerful voice for drivers in court and in administrative suspension matters.

If you have received a license suspension letter from PENNDOT after leaving the scene of an accident, call an attorney immediately.

My Norristown law office focuses on administrative drivers license suspensions in all 5 counties of the Philadelphia metro area. To discuss your case in a free initial consultationcontact an experienced PENNDOT suspension lawyer.

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