Success Stories

Jonathan Guscott helps client avoid the risk of a six month totting ban.  Allegation of failing to provide driver information/driving without due care.  Both allegations withdrawn after making representations to the crown prosecution service.  A defendants costs order granted allowing us to recover the clients reasonable legal expenses.

  We Go Further To Win For Our Clients We are fortunate to employ many great solicitors & case progression officers in our team, but every once in a while, individual successes stand out. This is one such exceptional performance. Our star case progression officer Jason Rosser had 5 cases withdrawn before trial in just […]

The Leading Motoring Solicitors In The UK Do It Again! We don’t publish stories like this to brag, but because achieving 6 victories for our clients in a single day is indicative of what we do all day every day. We are trying to show you what can be done if you have the expertise […]

Possibly our best day ever at Patterson!! 8 Cases defended/points avoided/withdrawn in one day.   Today’s Victories; 1/ Senior Case Progression Officer Nikki Clarke defended a mobile phone case by getting it withdrawn by the CPS without the need for a trial. They agreed that they did not have a realistic chance of convicting our […]

“I’m so proud of my team here at Patterson Law. They continue to go from strength to strength in terms of their skill and expertise in winning cases on behalf of out clients…” Emma Patterson, Principal Solicitor We’ve updated our statistics today (26.10.10). We keep a detailed spreadsheet of all our results to make sure […]

Instructed 4pm yesterday! Successfully won trial today at 2pm….! Patterson Law Lawyer Ria Pleass strikes again on behalf of motorist at risk of a ban…read on.. We took on a last minute case yesterday for a chap at risk of a totting ban. The trial was listed for 2pm today and we were up against […]

Crown Prosecution Service withdraw allegation at 11th hour – after rejecting initial representations…. This was a case handled by Ria Pleass under the supervision of Emma Patterson. Our client was summonsed for failing to provide driver identity. He did not receive the original Notice or the reminder that was sent to him and had problems […]

South West magistrates Court finds that farmer’s field used as a fee paying car park in the summer is not a public place! We were prepared to defend our client’s alleged driving without due care and attention on all grounds, but when it came down to it at court we didn’t have to! The magistrates […]