Houston Occupational License Attorney
My License was Suspended but I Need to Drive
If your license was suspended, you might be facing many difficulties. However, one of the most significant problems our clients face is the inability to get to and from their job.
In Texas, there are different licenses you can use to help you manage your driving needs. An occupational license is one way to get your driving privileges back while your license is suspended. However, the only way to do so is to prove to the court that you have an unavoidable need to drive.
In these cases, having the help of an attorney can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case. At Benavides Law Firm, our Houston occupational license lawyer has more than 20 years of experience assisting clients obtain occupational licenses, and we stand ready to help you too.
In need of a occupational license? Call Benavides Law Firm at (713) 955-7344 or contact us online. Se habla español.
What You Can Do with an Occupational License
While it may seem obvious that you can apply for an occupational license to drive yourself to and from work, other driving-related tasks are also allowed with these licenses.
With an occupational license you can:
- Go to and from work
- Take to and pick your children up from school
- Take to and pick your children up from parental visitation
- Pick up prescriptions and groceries
- Provide aid to an elderly or disabled dependent
- Other necessary household duties
With an occupational driver’s license, your life doesn’t have to stop after a general driving licenses suspension, and it is a vital component to moving forward with your life in a positive manner. Additionally, obtaining an occupational license can prevent you from being charged with driving on a suspended license (also referred to as driving while license invalid or DWLI). This can be costly and further impact your driving privileges.
Do I Need a Lawyer to Get an Occupational License in Texas?
Depending on the circumstances of your license suspension, you may need a specific set of documents and information to apply for an occupational license. You will need to identify things like
- What you need the license for?
- How long you need the license
- Where you plan on using the license?
An experienced lawyer can help you collect all the required information and determine if applying for an occupational license is appropriate for your situation.
We offer free case consultations. Call us today at (713) 955-7344.
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