Road Traffic Offences Sentencing Guidelines - Patterson Law
Patterson Law maintains and improves it's success rates !
We've updated our statistics today (26.10.10).
We keep a detailed spreadsheet of all our results to make sure we closely monitor the quality of what we do on behalf of our clients.
We last published statistics our in February this year. We've been keeping our spreadsheet for around 5 years now.
We have improved our success rates significantly in areas such as persuading the police to take no further action and avoiding bans. We also improved in terms oif helping new driver avoid revocation.
We have maintained our amazing success rates in terms of contesting cases and getting them withdrawn without trial.
We will keep up the good work and keep trying to get better in everything we do on your behalf.
If you have a court hearing date call 0800 021 7753
We recently represented a client who had initially instructed well-known solicitors who claim to be motoring specialists.
Initially they given our client the same advice that we gave, namely that he had a defence to driving without insurance because insurance cannot be invalidated/voided with retrospective effect.
The police have claimed that our client was not insured because he didn't have a valid license. The police claimed that this automatically invalidated his insurance. There is extremely strong case law that states that insurance cannot be invalidated with retrospective effect and that the insurance company can only void insurance into the future.
The law firm in question changed their advice at the last minute after taking our clients fees. He came to us in a panic only a few days before the sentencing date and we took over the case.
"..its very rare you come across a firm with your integrity and passion and your kindness."
We have just read an article on a www.motorlawyers.co.uk web site suggesting that if a Notice Of Intended Prosecution arrives more than 14 days after the date of the alleged offence you can "Reject It".