“I think God’s going to come down and pull civilization over for speeding”
Even the most law abiding person can find themselves in receipt of a summons for speeding or another traffic violation. In some circumstances, even the threat of penalty points can be devastating on your livelihood, whether you are self-employed and risk the loss of your business without your licence, or whether you simply rely on your vehicle to get your children to and from school.Our motoring offence solicitors at Blaser Mills have the knowledge and experience to advise and help you, should you require our services.
Our team of criminal defence lawyers are experienced in all motoring matters, from more minor offences including driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, careless driving, and no insurance, to more serious allegations such as driving whilst disqualified, dangerous driving, and causing death by dangerous or careless driving.
We can act swiftly to ensure you comply with the strict time limits on the completion of section 172 notices, the likely penalties for a range of different offences and how that might affect your case, and the preparation and advancement of special reasons arguments.
We are frequently instructed in allegations of driving with excess alcohol and failing to provide a specimen. Also, where the consequences of conviction can result in disqualification, and where the complex police procedures involved mean that evidence against you often needs to be thoroughly scrutinised.
In court, our track record for advancing exceptional hardship arguments under the totting up provisions, is outstanding, and we are often successful in avoiding licence disqualification, recognizing the enormous disruption this can cause you, your employer and your families.
Blaser Mills is a partnership of experienced and highly-skilled specialist solicitors dedicated to the needs of businesses, individuals and families.
We offer a first class service to our business clients covering all areas of commercial legal practice including company and commercial law, commercial property work, employment law, debt recovery and all types of dispute resolution.
We also offer the highest standard of care and advice to our individual clients in respect of family and employment matters, wills, probate and estate planning, personal injury, property, motoring offences and criminal defence.
Our solicitors have a reputation for providing innovative, pragmatic and cost-effective advice, which we aim to deliver with understanding – for either your business aspirations or in your personal circumstances – and always with a view to building long term client relationships.
Established for over 100 years, we offer a comprehensive service to people and organisations from our office locations at High Wycombe, Chesham, Aylesbury and Old Amersham in Buckinghamshire, Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire and Harrow and Staines in Middlesex.
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