Road Traffic Solicitors
MMA Law are expert Road Traffic Solicitors and we specialise in:-
- Failing to provide driver identity/nominate driver/section 172 offences
- Driving without insurance/permitting driving without insurance
- Permitting someone to drive without insurance
- Driving without a licence
- Failing to stop after an accident
- Failing to report an accident
- Driving without due care and attention
- Dangerous driving
- Drink driving
- Drug driving
- Using a mobile phone whilst driving
- NIPS (Notice of Intended Prosecution)
- Totting bans
- Death by dangerous driving
- Death by careless driving
We can advise you 24/7 and provide free legal representation at the Police Station if you are arrested for a Driving Offence or requested to be interviewed under caution.
We will advise you from the outset whether we believe you have a defence and we will defend you with expertise and care.
We understand that a driving disqualification or even gaining penalty points can have a catastrophic effect on your life and that of your family. Choosing a Solicitor to represent your interests could therefore make a significant difference. Please do not hesitate to contact us, remembering that we offer free initial appointments.
We can offer you immediate advice regarding the case against you and whether you have mitigating circumstances to avoid the imposition of penalty points on your licence or a potential exceptional hardship argument to avoid disqualification.
Should you be charged with any Road Traffic Offence we will first assess you for Legal Aid representation. If you are not eligible then we promise to offer you a competitive, agreed fee at the outset so you don’t have to worry about any hidden charges. What we agree is what you will pay. Specialist Road Traffic Solicitors can make the difference between you losing or keeping your driving licence.
If you believe that you are likely to lose your driving licence because of an offence you have committed, it is important that you meet with a Solicitor to decide whether you can make an application such as an exceptional hardship argument to keep your licence. The Road Traffic Act 1988 sets out the law in respect of most driving offences and we will consider this in detail with you and will advise you accordingly throughout your case.