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Can legal steps be taken to revoke an elderly parent's driver's license?

2 Answers. Asked on Feb 22nd, 2013 on Elder Law - Florida
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My father's primary care physician (based in Ohio since since he lives in Ohio half of the year) submitted the Florida DMV Medical Reporting form since he possesses a Florida driver's license. Is this taken seriously by the DMV? He is suffering from early dementia and the doctor told him to give up driving yet he refuses to give up his keys. He is 89 years old.
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Answered on Feb 22nd, 2013 at 5:55 PM

Take the Doctor's report to a local DMV office amd talk to a supervisor.

You should get a quick result.

Attorney Joe Pippen 20 Florida Offices 1-800-226-3529

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Answered on Feb 22nd, 2013 at 5:47 PM

Yes this can happen. If it is not justified, hire a lawyer and get a doctor to oppose the other doctor.

William R. Pelger, Attorney Munhall, Pennsylvania 412-461-1900

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