Medical Revocation of Driving Licence in Croydon

It is troubling to lose your driving licence, especially on medical grounds. Your way of earning a living may even be disrupted. At Caddick Davies, we understand how important it is for many motorists to keep their driving licence. We, therefore, provide legal assistance to enable you to keep driving despite your medical conditions, if it is at all possible.

Our firm specialises solely in motoring law and has assisted thousands of clients across England and Wales. Our team of experts are available to assist you if you get a medical revocation of a driving licence in Croydon. Thankfully, our specialist lawyers have a lot of experience and can advise you on how to appeal the DVLA’s decision to revoke your licence and how to keep it, even with your current medical condition.

We have advised and represented drivers across England and Wales. Our highly qualified solicitors can also be able to provide similarly excellent legal services to drivers who have faced a medical revocation of a driving licence in Croydon. We have been able to help drivers who have had their driving licences revoked due to medical conditions such as diabetes, seizures, epilepsy, and strokes, as well as a range of mental illnesses and other conditions. Please note that these are just a few examples of medical conditions that can lead to a revocation of a driving licence.

Do not hesitate to contact us in regards to medical revocation of a driving licence in Croydon, even if you cannot see your condition listed. For the DVLA to revoke a driving licence on medical grounds, they usually conduct a series of investigations triggered by particular reasons. The medical advisors at the Driving Agency will investigate your fitness to drive if:

  1. your doctor informs you of a condition that makes you unfit to drive and subsequently informs the DVLA about it
  2. you as a licence holder inform the DVLA of a condition that could affect your driving like diabetes or cardiovascular problems
  3. the police got concerned about your health and wellbeing following an accident attributed to a medical condition that may affect your ability to be able to clearly process the road and road signs
  4. you were convicted and sentenced because of a drinking or a drug-related offence.

Should the DVLA find you unfit to drive, they’ll revoke your driving licence. Drivers who have had a medical revocation of a driving licence in Croydon can get help from Caddick Davies and our team of expert motoring lawyers. They will be able to analyse your case in order to determine the best course of action to take.

If you find it is worth pursuing, our solicitors will look to provide the needed legal assistance to help you win an appeal. While we will handle the complex legal details ourselves, we ensure to honestly inform our clients of the case details and guide them accordingly at every stage of the case. For cases whose success rate is very unlikely, we will inform any potential client instead of tying them up in empty legal pursuit and unnecessary legal fees.

Should you or a loved have suffered a medical revocation of driving licence in Croydon or the surrounding region, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Caddick Davies. We will offer a free initial no-obligation consultation to be able to look at your case and offer an honest appraisal.

You can email us or request a callback through our website, and we’ll respond at a time you prefer. If you’d prefer it, you can call us on 0151 280 3346, and a very friendly expert will answer all your questions and discuss the ideal legal services.

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