Medical Revocation of Driving Licence in Birmingham

Anyone looking to challenge the medical revocation of a driving licence in and around Birmingham needs the expertise of a qualified solicitor. Caddick Davies Solicitors, are a leading law firm who have been practising in the motoring law field for many years now. We have assisted clients in Birmingham and across the country with our in-depth knowledge of medical revocation cases. Having demonstrated their proficiency in courts across the country, our solicitors are in the best position to attain a more favourable outcome from your case.

Here at Caddick Davies, our caring solicitors understand how distressing it can be to have your license revoked. If you’re located in Birmingham and are thinking, ‘I am about to lose my licence due to being sick’, then our skilled solicitors are at hand. We’ve dealt with plenty of cases involving issues such as seizures and driving, alcohol misuse or dependency and driving, and epilepsy and driving. Our professionals legally assist drivers in Group 1 and 2 of licence holders. These include motorists on motorcycles, motor cars, large lorries, and buses.

There are a number of reasons why the DVLA will conduct investigations in order to have your driving licence revoked on medical grounds. These are:

  1. If you the licence holder or applicant inform the DVLA of a medical condition that could affect your driving such as diabetes or cardiovascular issues.
  2. If you get convicted and sentenced due to a drink or drug-related offence.
  3. When a doctor informs you of a condition that could deem you unfit to drive and subsequently informs the DVLA of the diagnosis.
  4. If the police are concerned about your health and well-being following an accident caused by the unfamiliarity of the roads and road signs due to dementia.

Certain laws apply when it comes to epilepsy and driving licence. Our motoring solicitors at Caddick Davies advise you to reapply for your licence up to 8 weeks prior to the date that you met the legal standards for driving. This, for most people, will fall around 12 months after their last seizure, but is determined by the type of seizure you have.

So, check with your doctor, and if they find you fit to drive again and if you meet the epilepsy driving rules, you can begin the process of reapplying. If you have a case where you want to appeal the revocation of a driving licence, then you can speak to our solicitors at Caddick Davies about pursuing this.

A medical revocation solicitor at Caddick Davies will make use of this information as well as other legal and medical details to determine the success of your case. If there’s no chance of winning an appeal, then we’ll inform you honestly instead of burdening you with huge legal costs and an empty pursuit. If we find that challenging the DVLA’S decision of revoking your driving licence on medical grounds will be successful, then our solicitors will assist you accordingly. Our experienced solicitors offer extensive legal representation in courts around Birmingham as well as around the rest of the UK. We take care to inform our clients on the most important details of the appeal process whilst sparing you of complex legal jargon.

Here at Caddick Davies, our solicitors will always dedicate sufficient time to each case in order to ensure that our clients are best placed to receive a more suitable outcome. Our charges are very competitive since we understand how expensive and stressful medical revocation of a driving licence can be. We also offer our legal services with a range of payment plans to ensure that our services are affordable to residents of Birmingham and around the rest of the country.

If you or your loved one is facing a possible medical revocation of a driving licence or the licence has already been revoked, then you should get in touch with the Caddick Davies legal team for help with making an appeal. You can reach us on 0151 280 3346 or email us through our website. Our skilled solicitors will arrange a consultation and proceed to offer the quality, honest and insightful legal assistance you deserve. The testimonials on our site give an idea of how many satisfied clients we have helped in Birmingham and all over the UK.

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