Medical Revocation of Driving Licence in Colchester

For anyone facing a potential medical revocation of a driving licence in Colchester, it is vital that you seek advice from a motoring law expert as soon as you can. Caddick Davies is home to a team of highly experienced solicitors who can provide you with expert legal support for a range of motoring law issues including a medical revocation. Our skilled solicitors are able to represent motorists who are facing a medical revocation of a driving licence as well as those who have already lost their licence due to being sick.

Caddick Davies offer tangible legal advice on the issue. Since medical revocation applies to both Group 1 and Group 2 of licence holders, a diverse range of drivers are affected by the issue. These include motorcyclists motor car drivers (Group 1) as well as those who drive large vehicles like lorries and buses (Group 2). The moment medical advisers at the DVLA determine that you’re unfit for driving, they’ll proceed to revoke your licence. The DVLA’S reasons for medical revocation of a driving licence may include issues such as epilepsy, alcohol dependency, seizures and many other medical conditions.

At such a stressful time, you’ll need a highly qualified medical revocation solicitor to make a strong appeal. Anyone in Colchester and the surrounding areas can benefit from the expert legal services offered by Caddick Davies. There are several reasons why the DVLA may conduct an investigation into your fitness to drive:

  1. As a licence holder or applicant, you may personally inform the DVLA of a condition that could affect your driving like diabetes or cardiovascular issues.
  2. If the police become concerned about your health and well-being following a particular accident that’s likely to be caused by dementia, since this could affect your recognition of the road and road signs.
  3. If the licence holder is convicted and sentenced because of a drinking or drug-related offence.
  4. If a doctor informs you that you that you’re unfit to drive and subsequently informs the DVLA of your diagnosis.

Our highly experienced motoring law solicitors have enabled us to gain respect in courts in Colchester and across the country. Our specialisation in this area of motoring law area enables us to fully focus on each of our clients’ cases. We understand that you and your family may be dependent on having a drivers licence, which is why our solicitors are dedicated to helping clients find an ideal solution to their case. Individuals in the Colchester area thinking, ‘I’ve lost my licence due to being sick’ can now find help from our team of motoring law specialists.

In certain cases, the solicitors at Caddick Davies will look for opportunities to allow you to continue driving as investigations are being conducted by the DVLA. We’ll always advise you honestly on the eligibility and cost of making an appeal for your case. If we believe that there is a chance to pursue an appeal, then we’ll provide you with strong representation from one of our committed professionals. Our solicitors are qualified to fully analyse the legal and medical details surrounding your case to contribute to a more favourable verdict.

Our caring team of solicitors here at Caddick Davies is able to fully inform you on every step of the appeal process whilst sparing you of useless legal jargon. Caddick Davies Solicitors are fully committed to providing high-quality legal services to anyone in Colchester who is facing licence revocation due to medical reasons. Just take a look at the testimonials on our site and you’ll be able to see how we’ve helped clients across the country.

If you have any enquiries, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our expert legal team. You can reach us on 0151 280 3346 or email us through our website. Our highly qualified, honest and insightful solicitors will offer substantial legal services to assist you in your medical revocation of driving licence case wherever you are in Colchester.

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