Get Your License Back Today With Help from Gilman Law, P.C.

A license suspension or OUI-related legal charge in Massachusetts has significant legal, personal, professional, and financial consequences. Armed with his experience working for the Registry of Motor Vehicles, attorney Matthew Gilman understands the many facets of these cases and what they can mean for you. He works hard and uses his unique knowledge to help clients retain their driving privileges and move forward successfully.


Operating under the influence (OUI) charges can affect individuals in a wide range of circumstances. Regardless of what led to the offense, the potential consequences can be severe. Steep fines, loss of licensure, and other penalties can have a profound impact on your personal, professional, and financial life. But while you may think your options are limited,  you should know that it can be possible to retain your driving privileges and move forward with your life.

At Gilman Law, P.C., attorney Matthew Gilman represents individuals facing OUI charges all over Worcester County. He’s here to help drivers understand their rights—and he will fight to protect them. Call his Wayne office today or take a moment to fill out the contact form on this page to connect with Matthew and learn more about how he may be able to help.

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A license suspension can have serious consequences on all aspects of your life. Without the ability to drive, many individuals struggle to keep working, take care of their families, and simply enjoy life as they did before.

In Massachusetts, there are many, many ways to lose your license. Even charges that have nothing to do with a vehicle can have negative consequences that will keep you off the road. If you’ve received a letter from the Registry of Motor Vehicles or been notified by the police that your license will be suspended, it can be confusing and stressful. Drivers do have options, however.

Attorney Matthew Gilman focuses his legal practice on helping Massachusetts drivers retain their driving privileges and minimize the negative consequences of surchargeable accidents, OUI, and other criminal charges. As a former hearings officer for the RMV, he brings his insider knowledge to every case, helping his clients obtain the best possible outcome. Call the office of Gilman Law, P.C. today to speak directly with Matthew Gilman and learn more about how he may be able to help.