If you are accused of drink driving, speeding, no insurance or any other traffic offence and you are facing a fine, penalty points or disqualification contact us immediately for a free consultation. We operate a 24 hour service, 365 days of the year
Road traffic law is complex and expert advice specific to your personal circumstances is essential if you want to secure your driving licence.
All of our criminal lawyers can help you with motoring offences and advise you in relation to road traffic law. Elizabeth McGowan is very experienced in this area and gained considerable expertise and knowledge of dealing with Road Traffic Act cases during her former career as a Magistrates' Court Clerk, advising the Magistrates' on the law and procedure applicable in driving cases.
If you have received a notice of intended prosecution (Section 172 notice) or have been contacted by the police, VCW Law can advise and represent you. We can deal with a wide range of offences including:
> Careless driving
> Dangerous driving
> Causing death by dangerous driving
> Drink driving
> Drug driving
> Condition and use offences
> Driving whilst disqualified
> Driving without insurance
> Failing to notify DVLA
> Mobile phone offences
> Road rage incidents
> Speeding offences
If you have received a summons to Court or been told you have been reported for summons, it is essential that you get advice as soon as possible. VCW Law expert Road Traffic solicitors can provide advice and advocacy services. They can appear in Court either with or for you. It is especially important if you face a driving ban or disqualification under the totting up provisions contained in the Road Traffic Acts.
Legal Aid is often available for serious road traffic cases such as fatal accidents, dangerous driving and excess alcohol cases where there are high alcohol readings. So contact VCW Law today if you have any concerns and we will discuss your case with you.
As part of our professional rules, we aim to ensure that anyone wishing to use our services have the information they need to make an informed choice of legal services provider, including understanding what the costs may be for summary motoring offences.