DUI/DWI and Your Fleet Driver’s License: Suspensions, Revocations, and Reinstatement

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are serious offenses with far-reaching consequences, especially for individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) and operate vehicles as part of a fleet. Fleet drivers are often held to higher standards due to the potential risks associated with transporting goods and passengers.

DUI DWI impact on the license of fleet driver

In this article, the experts at Steven Leon Ellman law firm share the implications of DUI/DWI on fleet drivers, including license suspensions, revocations, and the process of reinstatement.

The Stakes Are Higher for Fleet Drivers

Fleet drivers, whether they operate trucks, buses, or other commercial vehicles, play a pivotal role in the transportation industry.…

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Drunk Driving Accident: When Can I Sue?

Up to 32 people in a day die in drunk-related driving crashes across the U.S. Outside of these fatalities, many more people suffer injuries, some life-threatening and life-altering, in these alcohol-impaired driving accidents.


Suing a drunk driver will not only help to get you compensation for injuries but also hold the drunk driver accountable. This may make them want to think twice before ever getting behind the wheel while under the influence. With the help of DWI accident attorneys, you can file a lawsuit against a drunk driver and recover fair compensation.

When to Sue

The first thing you will want to do after your drunk driving accident is to bring a claim against the insurance companies.…

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Driving While Impaired – Meaning, Standards, and Penalties

Are you using vehicle for running your business? If so, make sure you’re paying close attention to what you and your staff is doing on the road.  Specifically, your compliance with the laws and regulations related to DWI and OUI.  What are those, and why complying to those matters?


Driving while impaired (DWI) is a serious crime in the state of Massachusetts that carries with it some harsh punishments. The reason being, driving while impaired due to alcohol, which is referred to as operating under the influence (OUI) under Massachusetts law, claims the lives of over 10,000 Americans every year according to the National Highway and Safety Administration.…

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