Medical Revocation of Driving Licence in Chelmsford

Anyone in Chelmsford experiencing challenges due to a driving licence that has been revoked on medical grounds should consult with an experienced solicitor right away. As a leading law firm operating in Chelmsford and across the rest of the country, Caddick Davies Solicitors have gained years of expertise, specifically in the field of motoring law. We’ve successfully assisted hundreds of clients in Chelmsford with a variety cases involving revocation of a driving licence on medical grounds.

The DVLA are within their rights to investigate your fitness to drive in a number of circumstances:

  1. If a licence holder or applicant informs the DVLA of a condition that could affect their driving, for example, diabetes, fainting or cardiovascular issues.
  2. If the doctor informs you of a diagnosis that makes you unfit to drive and subsequently informs the DVLA on the issue.
  3. If the police become concerned about your health and well-being after a certain accident caused by dementia which could lead to unfamiliarity of the roads and road signs.
  4. If you’re convicted and sentenced because of a drink or drug-related offence

If the medical advisors at the DVLA find you unfit to drive, then they’ll proceed to have your driving licence revoked.

At Caddick Davies, our dedicated solicitors will analyse your case using the available information to ensure the best outcome in your specific scenario. Our professionals will look at the legal and medical details of your case in order to build a strong appeal if they believe that there’s any chance of success. If we believe that your appeal has zero chance of attaining a more favorable outcome from the court then we’ll inform you right away.

Our dedicated team of experts at Caddick Davies offers the extensive legal guidance instead of burdening you with unnecessary legal fees and an empty pursuit. If you’re located in Chelmsford and you’re thinking, ‘I’ve lost my licence due to being sick’, then the team at Caddick Davies may be able to help. We’re aware that going to court can be both costly and stressful. For that reason, Caddick Davies Solicitors offer quality legal assistance at highly competitive prices. We offer a range of payment plans that accommodate the various needs of our clients.

Our experts at Caddick Davies are highly respected in courts across the country because of their diligence and reliability. If you or a loved one are facing license revocation or it has already been revoked, then you can seek legal assistance from our leading team of solicitors. We work extremely hard to provide our clients with proper legal representation and advice in courts in the Chelmsford area. Take a look through the testimonials on our website and see how many clients around the UK have benefitted from our quality legal services.

If you’re in need of an expert opinion from a seasoned motoring lawyer in Chelmsford, then you can get in touch with Caddick Davies on 0151 280 3346. You can also email us through our website. We understand that facing the medical revocation of your driving licence can be a very distressing time. Whether your licence has been revoked because of seizures and driving, alcohol misuse, epilepsy or any other medical reason Caddick Davies Solicitors can provide you with expert legal assistance and walk you through the appeal process.

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