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License Suspension And OUI Case Results

Nurse And Mother Of Four Granted A Hardship License

We are thrilled to announce that on June 12, 2018, the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals voted to grant our client a Hardship License between 1:00 P.M. and 1:00 A.M.

Our client's license had already been suspended for 1,188 days for refusing the breathalyzer test. Our client is the mother of four daughters and is employed fulltime as Licensed Practical Nurse.  Throughout the license suspension our client has struggled but has maintained her employment.  As an LPN our client provides critical nursing services to individuals with developmental disabilities. 

Due to the license suspension, our client often was forced to spend many overnights at her job. When our client's 11:00 P.M. shift ended there was no transportation available to get her back home. Our client completed the Driver Alcohol Education Program, attends weekly counseling, attends AA two to three times per week and most importantly has been sober since May, 2016!

The Hardship License will allow her to get to and from work everyday without having to rely on unreliable public transportation or family on Cape Cod. We are thrilled that the Board voted to help her!

* Real names have been changed to protect confidentiality. This testimonial, dramatization, or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter. The results portrayed were dependent on the facts of that case, and your results will differ if based on different facts.

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