Motor Law Advice
Levins Motor Law understand and appreciate that the potential loss of your driving license could have devastating consequences. For over 30 years now we have continued to build our reputation and to provide legal services of the highest professional standard and this is also our approach to motoring offences.
At Levins Motor Law, we don’t seek to rely upon statistics with regard to our success rates or promote ourselves as a leading motor defence firm because we appreciate that each case we deal with should be judged on an individual basis and that you, the client, deserve understandable, clear advice and cost-effective representation with regard to your case.
Our objective is clear – we will listen to you, advise you and ultimately seek to obtain a realistic and more importantly, best outcome for you.
Levins motor law is headed by partner David Woods. David has over 30 years of experience as a criminal law practitioner. We also welcome Patrick O’Hanlon to the team as a motor law consultant. Patrick has built up significant experience in this area and travels the country providing representation to his clients.
Some firms who purport to be ‘motoring defence experts’ are often guilty of one common practice, over complicating this area of law for their own financial benefit. We don’t and won’t do this.
Our approach is straightforward, we will provide you with a free initial telephone consultation and confirm any potential defences available in respect of your case or advise as to the most pragmatic and effective way of handling your case.
Put simply, we want our clients to instruct Levins Motor Law with confidence that we will act for you with transparency and clarity.
We place great emphasis on this issue because the vast majority of motoring offences do not qualify for Legal Aid. Accordingly, we operate and work on a Fixed Fee Basis and pride ourselves on offering a high quality service which is affordable to all clients.
If you wish to instruct Levins Motor Law, before we would seek any payment of fees from you, we will send you full details of our fixed fee structure so you know where you stand.
We believe in fee transparency and as such will discuss our fees with you during your initial telephone call or in response to your enquiry.
A fixed fee means exactly that. We agree a fee for all of the work required in respect of your case or for a hearing, including its preparation and your representation at court so as to allow you to have full confidence that there will be no hidden or unexpected charges during or at the conclusion of your case.
At Levins Motor Law, we can assist you in respect of any of the following matters –
- Drink Driving
- Drug Driving
- Fail to Provide a Specimen For Analysis
- NIPS (Notice of Intended Prosecution)
- SJPN (Single Justice Notice Procedure)
- Totting Bans
- Failing to provide driver identity/nominate driver/section 172 offences
- Driving without insurance/permitting driving without insurance
- Permitting someone to drive without insurance
- Driving without a licence
- Failing to stop after an accident
- Failing to report an accident
- Driving without due care and attention
- Dangerous Driving
- Using a Mobile Phone whilst Driving
- New Drivers
If you find yourself facing an investigation or prosecution for a motoring offence, please feel free to call us on or email us and we will be happy to discuss your case with you.
Unlike the approach of some other firms, there will be no sales pitch and no pressure. We understand that these matters can be a stressful and worrying experience for you.
We are here for you and to assist you as we appreciate that you, the client come first.
Our motor law solicitor team cover all areas including Liverpool, Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Clwyd. We specialise in all motor offences including drink driving offences, drug driving offences, speeding offences, penalty point, failing to stop offences, using your mobile phone while driving offences. Contact us for a free initial telephone advice session with an experienced motor solicitor on 07398169441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org