Our specialist team have an outstanding reputation within the logistics sector and specialise in acting for drivers and operators who are
accused of using defective commercial vehicles or driving an overloaded vehicle. We also have expertise in representing those accused of breaching
Transport regulations and your livelihood
The regulations in place regarding the roadworthiness and use of vehicles is very strict. As such, it is easy for the unwary owner or operator of a vehicle
to find themselves in breach of complex law.
Both private and commercial vehicles are among individuals and businesses most important assets, and when there's an allegation of breaking the rules,
people's livelihoods are at stake. It is therefore crucial to know how to put in place effective systems to ensure compliance with all relevant
As well as providing assistance for those accused of using defective or overloaded vehicles, we can also help you to implement robust and effective systems
to ensure compliance, and we can limit the damage in the event of a prosecution or Public Inquiry.
What we can do for you
With longstanding connections to the trade union movement, and a specialist, dedicated team for handling the issue of driving offences, we're uniquely
positioned to help you today. We offer a free initial consultation as standard, so that you can see whether we're the right fit for you or your firm.
If you are called to a Public Inquiry, Magistrates' Court hearing, or driver conduct hearing, contact us for a free discussion on how we can help you in
the event of enforcement action being taken against you to ensure the best possible outcome.
Defending Against a Motoring Offence – What does it cost?
Take a look at our transparent fee structure
Our solicitors offer:
- highly competitive charge-out rates, without any compromise in the quality of our work, and
- a range of funding arrangements including conditional or contingency fee agreements in suitable cases
Motoring offence law solicitors
To contact our motoring offence law solicitors:
1. Complete our no obligation online enquiry form and we
will call you back
2. Freephone helpline:
0808 129 3320
3. For out of hours advice including weekends, Freephone: