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Hi this is Charlie ,I spoke w/you once before and I am amember

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Hi this is Charlie ,I spoke w/you once before and I am amember of justanswer.My wife was in an auto accident about 13-14teen years ago.Being rear ended my and a passanger in her mothers vehicle,her injury was tempreo lube damage.This happened in n.j. where we live then and now.She had seen a neurosurgeon in hunterdon medical hospital,hunterdon county,n.j.Monitored my wife for several months and put her on meds ,w/ no results of getting better.This doctor,had taken her drivers licence away.
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What is your specific question for us regarding this? Are you just asking about her getting her license back?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes to get her licence back,with out losing her s.s.disability,she had been receiving for past 12yrs.My wife is 54yrs.old now.

Thank you for your response.

Just because she is disabled does not mean she cannot drive. Many people on disability can drive a vehicle and still collect their SSDI. In order to get her license back though, it will require her doctor to write a report explaining how her disability would not impair her ability to drive and how despite her disability she can safely operate a motor vehicle. Then you need to file that report with the DMV ad file a request for license reinstatement. The DMV will review the report to use to make their determination and if they deny the request she has a right to an appeal before an administrative hearing officer at which point her doctor would have to testify as to her ability to safely operate a vehicle. The DMV has the sole discretion of issuing the license and a court will not intervene unless you can prove that the hearing officer at DMV abused that discretion, since a license is a privilege and not a right and it is your wife's burden to now prove she is capable of safely driving a vehicle. If the DMV approves the license she will have to take the written and driving test again.

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