Having your driving licence revoked, especially on medical grounds, is a quite troubling time. This is an additional challenge to that brought by your condition, especially if it creates further obstacles to working or getting to work. At Caddick Davies, we understand this difficulty, and how important it is that see if you can keep your licence. Our experts offer reliable legal assistance to ensure you have the best chance of keeping your licence if your health allows, in spite of a medical condition.
We’ll also advise on how you may be able to keep your licence even with a medical condition. Our motoring solicitors have advised and represented drivers across the UK who have had their driving licences revoked for medical conditions such as:
– diabetes – seizures
– stroke – epilepsy
– mental illnesses
Please note that the list above is not exhaustive, and we can help you if your driving licence gets revoked for many other conditions not listed above. You can contact us to find out if our solicitors will provide legal assistance if you suffer a medical revocation of a driving licence in Chester.
Having solely specialised in motoring law, our legal firm has vast experience and a great range of expertise. Over the years, we have helped many drivers throughout the UK to keep driving. We have our expert solicitors ideally positioned in major regions across England and Wales. Our team can offer excellent legal services for those facing medical revocation of a driving licence in Chester. We are highly qualified and will be able to guide you on how to appeal the DVLA’s decision to revoke your licence on medical grounds.
It is important that you understand how the DVLA may end up revoking your licence due to a medical condition. Normally, the agency conducts a series of investigations started by certain reasons. The DVLA Medical Professionals will investigate your fitness to drive if:
- Your General Practitioner informs you of a condition that renders you unfit to drive and proceeds to notify the DVLA
- you as the licence holder informs the DVLA of a condition that could impact on your driving such as diabetes or cardiovascular problems
- the police get concerned about your health and well-being due to an accident you cause that can be linked to dementia affecting your ability to see the road and road signs
If the DVLA find you unfit to drive, they’ll proceed to revoke your driving licence. If you face a medical revocation of a driving licence in Chester, you can get reliable legal assistance from our solicitors at Caddick Davies. Our experts will analyse your case to determine the best approach. Should we find that it is worth pursuing your case, we’ll have our solicitors provide the required legal to give you the best possible chance to win an appeal.
Our caring solicitors will be honest about any cases with next to zero chance of success, rather than tie you into an empty legal pursuit and unnecessary legal bills. Should you or a loved one have suffered a medical revocation of a driving licence in Chester, please let us know as soon as possible. We can act swiftly and try to get your licence back as soon as possible.
Our expert solicitors at Caddick Davies will guide you on all the procedures that are in place that may help you to get your licence back. You can use our website to email or request a callback, and we’ll call you at a time most suitable for you. If you prefer, you can call us now on 0151 280 3346. We’ll be able to offer the required legal assistance if you have medical revocation of a driving licence in Chester or any other area in the UK.