PennDOT will suspend your Pennsylvania driver’s license if you were found liable in a car accident but never paid the amount owed or judgment. Call the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us if you have an outstanding judgment from a car accident.
Unpaid Judgment Lawyer in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County Pennsylvania
If you were in a car accident and sued as the party responsible for the accident, a judgment may have been entered against you. Maybe the judgment was entered against you because you didn’t go to the trial. Maybe you didn’t even know when the trial was. Either way, PennDOT will suspend your Pennsylvania driver’s license until the outstanding judgment from the car accident is paid.
You have a few options if your Pennsylvania driver’s license is being suspended for an unpaid judgment. If you had car insurance at the time, you can submit the judgment to your insurance company for payment. If you did not attend the trial, you can ask the court to reopen the judgment to give the chance to present your side. You can get an Occupational Limited License. You can file bankruptcy and have the judgment discharged. In most cases, you can pay the judgment and set up a payment plan.
Pennsylvania Driver’s License Suspension in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County
If PennDOT wants to suspend your Pennsylvania driver’s license for not paying an outstanding judgment you should talk to an attorney about how to proceed with your case and appealing the suspension of driver’s license. For a free initial consultation for an unpaid judgment, please call the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us. As your license suspension lawyer, we will provide experienced and aggressive representation you can trust. Your license suspension case is important, and it will receive the personal attention it deserves.