Unregistered Motorist Lawyers

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, driving is considered a privilege, not a right. And that right can be denied, either by the revocation of your driver's license or the seizure of your registration.

The commonwealth also takes seriously having the proper motor vehicle insurance in a given situation.

If you are in danger of losing or have lost your driver's license and/or motor vehicle registration, we can help. We are the experienced attorneys at Wood & Gresham, P.C.

We Will Work Hard For You

The attorneys at Wood & Gresham—Daniel Wood and David Gresham—have more than 30 years combined legal experience. Over the years, they have helped many clients like you successfully navigate through the criminal justice system, working hard to obtain the best possible outcome in each and every case.

Charged with not having motor vehicle insurance? Are you in danger of losing your driver's license or vehicle registration? Talk to us; we can help. Call the Franklin unregistered motorist attorneys at 508-384-2008 for your free consultation.

What Massachusetts Law Says About Motor Vehicle Insurance

According to Massachusetts law*, if you are charged and convicted with not having the proper motor vehicle insurance, you could face a fine of hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars, and possible imprisonment.

If you are again found not to have motor vehicle insurance within six years of your first conviction—and are so charged and convicted—you also face having your driver's license suspended for one year.

If you decide you do not need an attorney and go it alone, you face greater risk of having serious criminal charges on your record. Often, this means you will have a difficult time finding a job. You also will carry around the embarrassment of being a convicted criminal, each and every day of your life. Give yourself the best chance possible. Talk to one of our uninsured vehicle attorneys today.

When You Risk Losing Your Driver's License And Vehicle Registration

Here are some of the situations where, under Massachusetts law, you could lose your driver's license and/or your vehicle registration, if you are:

  • Convicted of an OUI
  • Assigned to an alcohol or substance abuse treatment center or assigned to receive alcohol or substance abuse education
  • Involved in a motor vehicle accident, especially if the accident causes death

To understand all the particular details of your case, it is wise to consult an experienced attorney.

Need Help With A Motor Vehicle Insurance, Registration Or Driver's License Issue? Call Us.

Call the experienced lawyers at Wood & Gresham, P.C., in Wrentham, Massachusetts: 508-348-2008 or complete the online form to schedule your free consultation.

*The 188th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts