If your License was suspended as a result of a car or truck accident, you can stop license suspension by filing for bankruptcy protection.
If your License was suspended as a result of having a judgment from an accident lawsuit, you can stop license suspension by filing for bankruptcy protection.
If your License was suspended as a result of failing to have insurance in an accident, you can stop license suspension by filing for bankruptcy protection.
Accidents are not intentional. They are accidents as a result of negligence. Texas public policy requires that you have liability insurance to protect someone else in an accident. Therefore, if your insurance did not cover the accident or if you did not have insurance the other party or their insurance company’s attorneys could have your license was suspended. Do not feat though because filing bankruptcy will get your license suspension lifted in Texas.
A liability or lawsuit judgment arising from a car or truck accident is like many others debts. The debt is dischargeable in bankruptcy. That means when your bankruptcy is done, you will no longer have any liability on the accident or judgment. You can start your life debt free from the accident and not have to worry about your license being suspended.
Once you file your bankruptcy, we notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of the bankruptcy filing. We send the Notice to the Suspension Bureau in Austin, Texas. We fax the department the required information to stop license suspension. We also provide you with a copy of the required information that you can take to the local suspended license branch to get your license unsuspended. You will have to pay a reinstatement fee. You will have to show proof of liability insurance (SR22) But you will not have to pay for the accident or judgment to get your license back.
As long as the accident was not a result of drunk driving or being under the influence of drugs, your liability will be discharged in the bankruptcy and that debt will be eliminated.
Normally when your license is suspended, the Department of Motor Vehicles will send you a formal suspension letter. The letter will list the name of the other party in the accident or the insurance company and/or its attorney that got the judgment against you. It will list your date of birth along with your drivers license number. We need that letter.
When we file your bankruptcy paperwork, we list the name of the other party in the accident or insurance company that got the judgment against you in the name and address of its attorney. The bankruptcy notice goes to the other party or attorney. The attorney will file a notice of non-suit or basically dismiss the lawsuit against you in the Court where it was filed.
We FAX a notice to the Department of Motor Vehicles showing that you listed the other party in the accident or insurance company that got the judgment against you in your bankruptcy schedules. We also provide your drivers license number, your date of birth and the accident (account) number that the DMV provides you on License Suspension letter. We then provide you with a copy of it that you can take to the DMV when getting your license suspension lifted.
We can Stop License Suspension in Texas that was a result of being in an accident, getting a lawsuit judgment or not having insurance by filing for bankruptcy protection. You need the assistance and advice of experienced bankruptcy counsel to walk you through the numerous steps to get your license back and the suspension lifted.
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