An Elderly Driver Ran A Stop Sign And Hit Me. How Can I Make Sure That His Driver’s License Is Revoked?
You cannot have someone’s driver’s license revoked; however, you can report your concerns to the Division of Motorist Services about that licensed driver’s ability to drive safely. The Division of Motorist Services will review your report and determine if that person is or isn’t allowed to drive a car on Florida’s roads. If the division requests a medical report or vision report from that driver and that driver fails to submit it, the driver may have his license temporarily suspended or revoked. Additionally, if that driver doesn’t pass his eye exam at the Division of Motorist Services after the age of 79, he might lose his driver’s license.
If you were injured by an elderly driver in a Florida crash, the best course of action is to pursue a legal claim for damages. It is in your best interest to work with an experienced South Florida injury attorney to pursue your rights to the fullest. Contact the Law Offices of David Benenfeld for a free consultation at [number type=”2″] or [number type=”1″] and learn more about holding that driver liable in a personal injury claim.