It may very well be worth hiring a lawyer to try to review and/or appeal the Prohibition, since it will likely have serious adverse impacts on your insurance in addition to the license suspension.
Section 215.48 sets out the grounds and process for Review of the Prohibition, specifically,
215.48 (1) A person may, within 7 days of being served with a notice of driving prohibition under section 215.41, apply to the superintendent for a review of the driving prohibition by
(a) filing an application for review with the superintendent,
(b) paying to the superintendent the prescribed hearing fee, and
(c) if it has not been taken by the peace officer or sent to the superintendent under section 215.41, surrendering to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia his or her licence or permit to operate a motor vehicle unless the person completes and files with the superintendent a statutory declaration stating that the licence or permit has been lost, stolen or destroyed.