Our team of Road Traffic Lawyers in Finchley, North London, can advise on the full range of road traffic offences, from drink driving and speeding to driving whilst disqualified and dangerous driving.
If driving for work is essential to your livelihood, being handed a driving ban and losing your licence could have a devastating impact on you, your family and your business. How would you cope without your car?
Even road traffic offences that do not lead immediately to a driving ban can contribute to totting-up offences that can ultimately result in the loss of your licence and even your livelihood.
Led by Partner and experienced solicitor, Stephen Silverman, our expert team of motoring offences solicitors can advise on matters including:
- Drink driving
- Drug driving
- Totting-up offences
- Driving whilst using a mobile phone
- Careless driving
- Dangerous driving
- Driving whilst disqualified
- Causing serious injury by careless driving
- Causing serious injury by dangerous driving
- Causing death by careless driving
- Causing death by dangerous driving
The law and the procedures that must be followed as part of a motoring offences prosecution are precise and complicated, making them potentially difficult to navigate, even in seemingly straightforward cases. After all, do you know what the prosecution would have to prove for the court to convict you of careless driving?
Our specialist team will advise you on the strength of the case against you, ensuring that the law is applied correctly and procedures are followed properly at every stage, as well as ensuring that any mitigating factors are put before the court in the strongest possible terms.
Whether you intend to plead guilty or not guilty, you should ensure you are represented by an expert road traffic lawyer, who can advise you on the intricacies of the law and make sure the best possible arguments are put forward on your behalf.
Contact us today to find out how we can help.
Fees £280-£375 an hour depending on nature and severity of charges
To deal with guilty plea and plea of mitigation £750 to £1,000 plus vat plus counsel’s fees of approximately (£1,000 plus vat).