Medical Revocation of Driving Licence in Oxford

Caddick Davies Solicitors are a leading motoring law firm offering expert legal services to residents in Oxford who are facing medical revocation of their driving licence. Our team of solicitors possesses vast experience and expertise in this area of motoring law. By offering dedication, reliability and a high level of skill, we are in the best possible position to challenge the DVLA’s decision to revoke your driving licence and navigate an outcome that you’ll appreciate.

We understand how upsetting it can be to have your driving licence revoked on medical grounds, especially if you have dependent family members or a job that relies on your ability to drive. Our solicitors have dealt successfully with plenty of cases where a client’s driving licence has been revoked because of issues such as seizures and driving, epilepsy and driving, alcohol dependency as well as many other medical issues. If you’re thinking ‘I’ve lost my licence due to being sick’, then Caddick Davies can provide you with the help that you deserve.

Drivers in the Group 1 and 2 of licence holders can be affected by the medical revocation of a driving licence. This includes motorists operating motorcycles, motorcars, large lorries, and buses. The medical advisors at DVLA will determine whether you’re fit to drive after carrying out investigations. The various reasons that can give the DVLA cause to commence investigations and determine your unfitness to drive include:

  1. You as a licence holder or applicant informing the DVLA of a condition that could affect your driving, for instance, diabetes or cardiovascular problems.
  2. When the police become concerned about your health and well-being after a certain accident caused by the unfamiliarity of road signs and the roads due to dementia.
  3. Being convicted and sentenced because of a drinking or drug-related offence.
  4. Your doctor informing you of a condition that makes you unfit to drive and subsequently informing the DVLA of the diagnosis.

Caddick Davies Solicitors will make use of this information, as well as extensive medical and legal details, to determine the success of your case. For cases with no success rate, we inform our clients straight away rather than burdening them with legal costs and an empty pursuit. Our professionals will work skilfully to ensure your challenging of the DVLA’s decision is successful. Our competent medical revocation solicitors will offer extensive legal representation at court to our clients in Oxford.

We’re aware how important your licence is to you and your loved ones, which is why our solicitors will look into every possible avenue to enable you to continue driving while investigations are underway. They’re also dedicated to providing strong representation in court for all of our clients who wish to make an appeal. Caddick Davies Solicitors have built a high success rate for delivering results to our clients in Oxford and around the UK. Take a look at the testimonials on our website and you’ll gain an idea of how helpful our services are. As well as offering high-quality legal support, our services come at competitive rates with a range of flexible payment plans.

We know that challenging the DVLA’s decision to revoke your driving licence on medical grounds can be both costly and stressful which is why we take care to support our clients. If you or any of your loved ones in the Oxford area have lost your driving license being sick, then you can choose to appeal the decision of the DVLA. To discuss your case with one of our solicitors today, you can call Caddick Davies on 0151 280 3346 or email us through our website for a consultation. If your driving licence has been revoked on medical grounds, then it’s essential to gain professional legal assistance as quickly as possible at such a distressing time.

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