Geherin Law Group Helps Clients After License Reexamination Hearings in Michigan

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michimich -- The Michigan Secretary of State has the legal ability to call in a licensed driver to "re-examine" his or her fitness to drive.  This process---called a Reexamination--- a occurs when the SOS receives a notice that a person is unfit to drive and/or a danger to be on the road.  Common situations leading to Reexamination include:
  • Medical issues, such as epilepsy/seizure disorders; glaucoma, cataracts and eyesight issues; physical/dexterity issues; and auditory concerns.
  • Point accumulation due to civil infractions.
  • Accidents occurring in a short period of time.
  • Infractions occurring during a driver's probationary period.  
  • Infractions committed by elderly drivers.

Learn more about license reexamination hearings in Michigan here (

If you need help with your driver's license reinstatement in Michigan after a license reexamination hearing, please call for a consultation at (734) 263-2780. They're available 24/7, and are fully committed to providing personal attention, personal options and personal justice to every single client they represent.

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Attorney Daniel T. Geherin, owner of GLG Michigan, principal at, and author of TheMichigan Drunk Driving and Driver's License Restoration Handbook, a license appeal specialist for the last two decades. He's dedicated his career to helping put drivers back on the road following a license suspension or revocation. He's recognized as a license appeals specialist in Ann Arbor and throughout Michigan.  He has taught seminars and written articles through the Michigan Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) on license appeal topics.

Visit GLG on the web at and Contact them today for a free initial consultation about how GLG can help you with your personal legal matter.

Dan Geherin

Source: Geherin Law Group, PLLC.
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