Immediate Threat Suspension Terminated at Board of Appeals

On December 31, 2015, officers from the Fitchburg Police Department were dispatched to a serious ATV accident involving children and the client. The client was thrown from the ATV and seriously injured. Fitchburg Police subsequently investigated and charged with OUI. At the time of the accident the client was operating on a hardship license due to a prior license suspension. At a Division of Insurance Board of Appeals, Attorney Gilman through his presentation was able to establish that his client had successfully completed 18 months of probation including the Driver Alcohol Education (DAE) Most importantly Attorney Gilman was able to show that his client was no longer a threat to public safety and that he was deserving of a hardship license. Following Attorney Gilman's presentation the Board voted to issue a hardship license and terminate the immediate threat suspension!