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When you’re hit with a speeding offence, your biggest worry will be losing your license. It can be a daunting time – the thought of being barred from driving can be too much to bear.
Work, school runs, family trips – driving is central to our lives, and losing it throws everything into chaos. You need advice, and you need it quickly. You’ll want to know if you can fight the charge and stay on the road. On top of that, you’re probably confused.
Can you even appeal? You may have heard that it’s pointless, or that there’s nothing you can do. Well, that’s simply not true – there is hope.
Instant Expert Advice on Your Speeding Offence
The first thing you get from us is clarity. We’ll tell you exactly what you’ve been charged with, and what your options are. We’ll quickly determine if action is possible. We’ve helped hundreds of people keep their licenses, and we’ll do our best to help you keep yours.
There’s Often a Way…
Penalties for speeding offenses aren’t set in stone. With the right argument, Magistrates can be convinced to reduce the suspension period or waive it completely. They pay attention to your traffic history, your personal circumstances and how losing your license could impact your life.
There are several grounds for appeal… but you need a lawyer who knows where to look. We’re experts at finding these hidden gems in your case and building them into a powerful argument in court that can save you your license.
If there’s even the slightest glimmer of hope in your case, we’ll fight tooth and nail for you in court.
Why Are We Different?
Our law practice is built on thirty years of traffic law expertise. Traffic law is our specialty, we know what the Magistrates look for and we know the appeal courts inside out.
And our track record for past clients speaks for itself. We’ve helped hundreds of people with speeding offences to date.
You need a lawyer who can get you the best possible result – call us today and we can get to work on saving your license.