Helping You Prevent Or Fight Your License Suspension


Motorists who receive an excessive amount of traffic tickets face the potential of losing their licenses. In both Kansas and Missouri, drivers who accumulate too many convictions will see their licenses revoked for a period of time. You must realize that each traffic ticket issued to you will have an impact upon your driving privileges.

At Richard T. Bryant & Associates, P.C., we can help you determine what you need to do to address the suspension of your license. Our attorney, Andrew S. Talge, leads our traffic violations and criminal defense practice, and he has over 25 years of experience protecting the rights of motorists.

Exploring The Opportunities Available To Help You Protect Your License

It is important for you to know that a ticket for driving while your license is suspended is an extremely serious matter. You will have substantial penalties if convicted of the offense, and you will have other consequences such as increased insurance costs that you will have to deal with as well. If your license is suspended, you have to take action to regain your driving privileges before you get back behind the wheel.

Some of the things that we will assist with in your case include:

  • Helping you reverse tickets where you have pleaded guilty or paid the fine in connection with the citation
  • Working with you to address any unpaid child support that may have led to your license suspension
  • Resolving suspensions that have resulted due to a failure to appear
  • Applying for limited driving or restricted driver's licenses

In many of these cases, the violations that resulted in the suspension occurred in several different jurisdictions. You may have tickets in several different counties, and maybe even in different states. We will review your situation and determine how we can best be of assistance to you with your case.

Learn More About Your Options. Call For A Consultation.

To speak to our lawyer about how we can help you with your suspended driver's license concerns, please call our office at 816-399-5218 or send us an email. Our firm represents clients throughout the Kansas City metro area.