Caught Driving without Insurance in Leamington Spa?

Caddick Davies Solicitors is a team of expert motoring solicitors who can offer legal guidance and representation to motorists caught Driving without Insurance in Leamington Spa. We possess vast experience from representing many clients in this as well as other locations across England and Wales. If you’re facing charges for driving without insurance, we are available to assist you.

Being covered by at least third party motor insurance is the minimum legal requirement, so if you use a motor vehicle on a road or any other public space without this requirement you’re committing an offence. It is also an offence to allow another person to use your vehicle without insurance. You are at the risk of being fined £300 and receiving 6 penalty points as standard, while in the most serious cases, a motoring court may impose a much larger fine or even disqualify you from driving if you commit the offences above.

We understand the complicated state of car insurance can leads to things going wrong. Our experts are here when motorists are caught Driving without Insurance in Leamington Spa. Please contact us for legal guidance when you are issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice or Court Summons because of driving without insurance. We will provide a free no-obligation consultation to find how we can assist you.

How Do I Defend a Driving Without Insurance Charge?

Termed as a “strict liability” offence, Driving without Insurance is an offence regardless of any intention to commit the offence. Defences to driving without insurance in the country are restricted to:

Valid Insurance: You can prove with this that you possessed a valid insurance policy; or

Employees’ Defence: also a defence for you to utilise. Use this to show that you were driving a car that didn’t belong to you during the period of employment, and you were not aware that you were not insured.

While there exist few defences to the offence of driving without insurance, in cases where you have an “honest and genuine” belief that you were insured, it may be possible to persuade the court from endorsing penalty points on your licence on “special reasons” grounds.

Where Can I Find Help with a Driving Without Insurance Charge?

Caddick Davies Solicitors are available to help motorists caught Driving without Insurance in Leamington Spa. We specialise in the area of motoring law, covering a broad range of motoring offences. Our expertise is respected in motoring courts across England and Wales. Let us know if you are facing an investigation or a possible prosecution for driving with no insurance. Caddick Davies Solicitors pride ourselves on offering superior quality legal representation and advice which motorists find suitable and affordable. We operate on Fixed Fee Basis to accommodate the motorists that we provide legal help to, providing clear and transparent terms at all times.

Please call or email us today if you or a loved one have been caught Driving without Insurance in Leamington Spa. We have experts who will be delighted to assist you. We offer a free initial phone consultation that offers us a chance to get know your case and provide an expert and honest evaluation. We will be able to guide on the ideal legal approaches to employ to give you the best chance of being able to defend your charge in cases where there are valid reasons to do so.

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